Note: this page is for supplemental presentations. If you are looking for a PROTECTING GOD’S CHILDREN FOR ADULTS session, please visit our Adult Safe Environment Awareness Sessions page.
The Safe Environment office will be offering supplemental presentations for the faithful of the Diocese of Fort Worth on a variety of important topics related to Safe Environment. These presentations are in addition to our already mandated Safe Environment Awareness Sessions and attendance is completely optional. We will be offering both live and remote (Zoom) presentations throughout the year. To access a presentation, you will need to have a VIRTUS profile.
Innocence Lost to Human Trafficking
- Thursday, September 17, 2020 at 6:00 PM
Kim Robinson, PhD, Licensed Psychologist
Zoom Meeting (First 50 attendees only!)
For mature audiences only! U.S. law defines human trafficking as the use of force, fraud or coercion to compel a person into commercial sex acts or labor or services against his or her will. With minors, commercial sex is human trafficking regardless of the presence of force, fraud or coercion. Human trafficking is a huge problem in the United States. Learn why the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex is one of the most highly trafficked areas for this crime. Learn to recognize the signs of recruitment and how the traffickers control their victims, and what each of us can do to stop human trafficking. Registration in VIRTUS is required for attendance.
Procedure, Profile Creation & Logging In
Creating a VIRTUS profile allows you to view, and to sign up for, in person Safe Environment Awareness Sessions and presentations. Please choose from the options below.
To access a presentation, you will need to have a VIRTUS profile.
- I Need a VIRTUS Profile — Choose this button to create a Virtus profile and to select one of the presentations to attend.
- I have a VIRTUS Profile — Choose this button if you already have a Virtus profile. Simply login to your VIRTUS profile and select the presentation you wish to attend.
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