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1)
The victims of Human Trafficking may be prosecuted by the U.S. Department of Justice because they are oftentimes involved in criminal activity involving drugs, alcohol, and prostitution.
 
True False
 
2)
Human Trafficking can be disruptive to the lives of victims, but it is not considered a devastating or complex crime against persons.
 
True False
 
3)
Because many victims do not self-report, law enforcement must depend upon investigation and tips from the public to discover trafficking.
 
True False
 
4)
The most common type of coercion encountered in forced labor situations is threat of inadequate food.
 
True False
 
5)
In the publication by the Office of Victims of Crime (OVC), regarding DEFINITIONS of Sex Trafficking: When commercial sexual acts involve a minor (individual under age 18),
 
there must be PROOF of force, fraud, or coercion, in order to be considered 'Sex Trafficking.'
there is no requirement for proof of force, fraud, or coercion to have taken place, in order to be considered 'Sex Trafficking.'
 
6)
Labor trafficking _____________
 
rarely occurs in industries that are viewable by the general public, such as construction, retail, or domestic work.
rarely involves children because of our stringent child labor laws.
is defined as the use of force, fraud, or coercion for the purposes of debt bondage, involuntary servitude, peonage, or slavery.
 
7)
Physical movement or transportation of an individual from one place to another, such as across a state line or border of the country, is a requirement for human trafficking to take place.
 
True False
 
8)
Which statement about trafficking is NOT true?
 
Labor and sex trafficking victims are often told by the trafficker that if they try to escape, their families will be harmed.
Traffickers are typically strangers who are unknown to the victim.
Traffickers instill fear in victims with threats of deportation, law enforcement harm, personal exposure, and other punishments.
 
9)
Regarding Substance Use and Addiction, which statement is not true?
 
Some victims report using alcohol and drugs to help them deal with their situations;
The majority of victims who report alcohol and drug use say they began using after they were in their trafficking situations.
Most victims of trafficking report prior substance addictions, before the trafficking occurred.
Victims of sex trafficking report being forced to use drugs and alcohol so that they would take more clients, work longer hours, or perform acts that they would otherwise find objectionable.
 
10)
Concerning multidisciplinary teams and case management to meet the needs of trafficking survivors:
 
A majority of states and agencies have too many boundaries and limitations imposed by law enforcement to work effectively together.
Many states and agencies work effectively together with the use of taskforces, cooperative agreements, and collaboration with law enforcement..
 
11)
Which evaluation tool can be effectively used for victims of sex trafficking whose relationship with their trafficker emulates that of intimate partner violence?
 
Rorschach
DVSA
Thematic Apperception Test
 
12)
When working with this population it is critical for law enforcement to __________
 
view victims of human trafficking as victims and not criminals who broke laws such as prostitution or border crossing.
receive training to assist in development of interview techniques that are culturally sensitive, respectful, and nonthreatening.
both of the above.
none of the above because law enforcement is too inherently threatening to trafficking victims to be effective in an interview situation
 
13)
Cultural considerations and issues are irrelevant when working with most trafficked individuals because all cultures react essentially the same to being threatened, forced, or coerced in a trafficking situation.
 
True False
 
14)
In order to ensure proper identification and service delivery,
 
service providers who do not speak a victim’s native language must meet with each victim independently of the person who brought them, and must have a neutral interpreter.
service providers who do speak the victim’s language should meet with each victim independently because victims may be fearful or ashamed to disclose facts in front of other people.
service providers should avoid to the greatest extent possible being used as interpreters by law enforcement.
all of the above
none of the above
 

 

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