Human Trafficking Business Training

Survive and Thrive Advocacy Center’s (STAC) mission is to disrupt child, sex and labor trafficking. This training EMPOWERS businesses, workplaces, and employees with greater knowledge about how to PREVENT, RECOGNIZE and RESPOND to proactively end human trafficking in Leon County. Demonstrate your commitment to supporting survivors and to our community by participating in our
Free Training Certification Program!

Businesses Can Help End Sex and Labor Trafficking
in Our Community

What are the risks if Leon County businesses ignore human trafficking?

Safety: Trafficking in the workplace is a threat to the general public as well as employees and staff

Legal: Workplaces can be criminally and civilly liable if they benefitted from sex or labor trafficking

Financial: Discovery of trafficking in the workplace directly hurts businesses bottom line

Reputation: Trafficking in the workplace poses a serious threat to a company's brand and public image

Please note: If you are in danger, please call 911 or the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-3737-888. You can also text “HELP” or “INFO” to 233733. The hotline operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

What can your business do to prevent human trafficking?

The Leon County Commission determined a need for all Tallahassee businesses to know how to identify human trafficking and how to take action to help survivors and hold traffickers accountable. This training is specifically tailored to the Leon County community – Leon County’s businesses have a unique and important role to stop, prevent and respond to human trafficking. 

leon county government logoThe goal of this free, on-demand training is to help the thousands of businesses in our area know what to look for so they can see the signs of human trafficking and take action. This training will be useful to all workplaces: hotels, restaurants, the financial sector, retail outlets, offices, profit and non-profit sectors alike, and many more.

STACPRO is a Survive and Thrive Advocacy Center (STAC) training program funded by Leon County.

What Community Leaders Are Saying About STACPRO

A community that proactively addresses human trafficking, is a community that is safer for everyone. Thanks for doing your part and taking this course.
Rick Minor, County Commissioner, District 3
Rick Minor, Leon County Commissioner, District 3
Leon County
You can make an impact and a difference in the lives of many if you learn about how to recognize and properly respond to sex or labor trafficking.
Sheriff Walt McNeil
Leon County
This course outlines anti-human trafficking protocols, monitoring, and making sure everyone in the workforce knows what to do if they suspect human trafficking.
Kimberly Moore
Vice President, Workforce Innovation, TCC
Regardless of your industry, business sector, how many employees you have, or your role in the company, I urge you to take this human trafficking course.
Heidi Otway, APR, CPRC
President, SalterMitchell PR
Past Chair, Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce
This training can help every business, workplace, and organization in Leon County find information to help prevent and stop human trafficking.
Dr. Maria Pouncey
Administrator for Instructional Services, Panhandle Area Educational Consortium
Training provides the the tools to know what to do. Thank you for taking this training and I encourage everyone in your place of business to do the same.
Susan Turner
Owner, Food Glorious Food
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