Human Trafficking Prevention Training

​The Attorney General's Office of Trafficking and Abuse Prevention and Prosecution provides training for law enforcement, attorneys, social workers, medical practitioners, and other community leaders related to preventing human trafficking in Kentucky. When available, recordings of past training events will be posted below. 

Your Eyes Save Lives Human Trafficking Prevention Training

This training is part of a comprehensive program to share the dangers and signs of human trafficking with Kentucky's businesses, associations, and organizations. For materials to accompany this training or for more information about training opportunities for your organization, email TAPP at or call (502) 696-5436. 


* This video incorporates the Your Eyes Save Lives awareness campaign funded by the U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Community Policing Services. 

New Law Enforcement Human Trafficking Prevention Training 

This training video provides law enforcement with additional tools and resources to assist them as they identify and investigate suspected incidences of human trafficking in the Commonwealth. It includes interviews with Kentucky law enforcement representatives who have successfully investigated and worked with prosecutors to secure convictions in cases involving labor and sex trafficking.  It also provides information about current Kentucky human trafficking laws and available resources from local, state, and federal law enforcement partner agencies.


Trauma-Informed Sexual Assault Investigations

The conference was hosted by the Office of Trafficking and Abuse Prevention and Prosecution and offered tools for professionals like law enforcement, attorneys, social workers, and medical practitioners who are investigating, treating, and prosecuting sex trafficking. Recorded sessions of this conference include: 

  • Overview of Changes to Human Trafficking Laws in Kentucky
  • Prosecutor's Roundtable on Human Trafficking


National Human Trafficking Hotline


In an emergency, call 911

To learn more about Attorney General Cameron’s efforts to end human trafficking in the Commonwealth or to schedule a human trafficking community training event, contact Heather Wagers, Executive Director of the Attorney General’s Office of Trafficking and Abuse Prevention and Prosecution (TAPP).

1024 Capital Center Drive, Suite 200
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601

Phone: (502) 696-5436