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Human Trafficking Summit
Community Advocate of the Year Nominees for the Community Advocate of the Year award must work at, or volunteer for, a Florida-based organization or an organization predominantly serving Florida residents, and make significant strides to raise community awareness about human trafficking. Nominations must address how the individual:
Prosecutor of the Year A nominee for Prosecutor of the Year must work for the Florida Attorney General, one of the 20 elected State Attorneys or one of the three United State Attorney’s Districts in Florida responsible for the prosecution of a human trafficking case. The attorney may also be a special prosecutor assigned to prosecute a case with significant Florida ties. All ranks of prosecutors licensed to practice law in the State of Florida are eligible, including federal and state; elected, appointed or assistant prosecutors; and, those in large or small offices. Selection will be without regard to whether the nominee is head of an office or a supervisor of others. Nominations must address how the nominee:
Law Enforcement Official of the Year A nominee for Law Enforcement Official of the Year must be employed by a Florida law enforcement agency or a federal law enforcement officer whose work is conducted in one of the three federal districts of Florida and was responsible for investigating a human trafficking case. Nominations must address how the nominee:
Submit nominations as an attachment in Microsoft Word (.doc) or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format to: HTSummit@djj.state.fl.us no later than August 22, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. Please contact Divida Schissler at (850) 921-8807 with questions concerning the nomination process.
A selection committee composed primarily of members of the Interagency Human Trafficking Workgroup will be formed to review the nominations based on the above criterion, and will select award recipients no later than September 12, 2014. Recipients will be acknowledged at the Human Trafficking Summit on Thursday, October 9, 2014. If recipients are unable to attend the Summit in person, the recipient will still be acknowledged and the award will be mailed. Previous award winners are not eligible for three years following their previous award.
For a full list of previous Summit Award honorees and winners, please check the following links:
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