HT-RADAR Conference


Liberty Station Conference Center
San Diego, California

*Registration is FREE due to a generous grant from the County of San Diego

The HT-RADAR 2020 Human Trafficking Research Conference is an opportunity to:

  • Learn about local and national human trafficking research that applies to the specific needs, practices, and approaches of a variety of stakeholders (law enforcement, prosecution, victim services, survivors, etc.).
  • Become informed of some of the most current local and national human trafficking research.
  • Network with local and national experts from different areas of human trafficking research.
  • Discuss how to implement research into specific stakeholder areas with consultation from local and national experts.
  • Directly share research with stakeholders to potentially influence stakeholder practices, approaches, and policies.
Thank you for joining us for the 2020 HT-RADAR Human Trafficking Research Conference.
HT-RADAR’s 2020 Human Trafficking Research Conference featured some of the most current national and regional research on human trafficking.  This one-day conference included keynotes from Ambassador John Cotton Richmond and Jessica Kim, 3 panels, and 18 presentations from organizations and universities such as HEAL Trafficking, Trauma Resource Institute, University of New England, and San Diego State University.  Over 500 attendees registered for the conference, representing a wide range of stakeholders and more than 175 organizations, agencies, and institutions.  Thank you to PLNU and our County of San Diego partner, the District Attorney’s Office, for helping to make this conference possible.
Watch Ambassador John Cotton Richmond’s keynote address here.

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