I am sure that many readers look at our Anti Kidnapping and Hostage Survival (AKHS) course offering and ask “Why would I ever need that?” Some of you have responded similarly on Facebook and even in person. Others might say that taking something like this will just make them paranoid. We have heard all of …

Why would I need to take Anti Kidnapping and Hostage Survival or a similar travel security course?Read More »

Global Human Trafficking Networks (GHTNs) all have similar traits, but the networks in Mexico and all of Central America are some of the worst. What does it take for these organizations to run, make money, and survive? Human Trafficking, like any illicit business model, is first driven by demand for the product or service and …

Human Trafficking Problems, Starting South of the BorderRead More »

Yesterday, the US Department of State Overseas Advisory Council made this statement about companies who send personnel overseas. “Due to the prevalence of crime in Ghana, ensure travelers and in-country personnel exercise good security practices, and consider providing training and behavior modification to improve situational awareness and reduce practices that can increase vulnerability; criminals routinely exploit …

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Human trafficking is not a discriminator of race, ethnic origin, or socioeconomic group. The reality is that there are as many teens from upper middle class families being trafficked as there are teens from poor families. Sadly many of these teens are trafficked right under their parent’s noses while they live under the same roof. …

Summertime Human Trafficking Ruses. Is your teen at risk?Read More »

Captive Audience Prevention Training and Recovery Team has recorded a podcast demo to showcase who we are, what we do, and why we do it. Since so many of you read our blog from overseas, I thought you might like to hear us instead of read us today. So, here is a 10 minute podcast …

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