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The public safety implications of the unaccompanied minor crisis and how to track placements in your jurisdiction
Tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors have entered the United States since the beginning of the year, mostly from Northern Triangle Countries that are battling MS 13 and Barrio 18. The majority of these children will be placed in communities far removed from the border.

These placements have been implicated in gang recruitment and victimization.

*This class covers the various methods that can be used to track the placement of these children since Health and Human Services will not disclose their locations out of privacy to the child.

*This will allow agencies to proactively organize resources to identify and mitigate gang crime.

Aug 2, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Joseph Kolb
@New Mexico Gang Investigators Association
INSTRUCTOR BIO: Joe Kolb, MA is the Training Coordinator for the New Mexico Gang Investigators Association. He is a member of the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office Human Trafficking Task Force and an Instructor for the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy. He has more than 20 years of border experience in the U.S., Mexico, and El Salvador. Joe Kolb is the author of Teen Violence in America Teen Violence in America is a powerful and important book that explains the epidemic rise and complex underlying causes of youth violence, and opens a discussion on strategies to protect our children from physical and emotional harm. You can purchase this important book - Hatherleigh Press: https://hatherleighcommunity.com/teen-violence-in-america/ And due out in the fall of 2021, How a Texas prison gang became a cartel proxy.