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  1. Smuggling/trafficking
  2. final
  3. coercion for labor, services, or commercial sexual activity.
  4. alien
  5. unauthorized alien or a United States citizen.
  6. what human trafficking is, who the victims are, and what resources victims need, the better position law enforcement will be in addressing the problem.
  7. juvenile sexual offender
  8. Carjacking
  9. Smuggling/trafficking
  10. Domestic
  11. cannot
  12. look for obvious signs of trauma, such as the presence of blood, cuts, gashes, or bruising.
  13. sex trade
  14. financially based business that exploits cheap labor.
  15. Often there are locks on the outside of windows and doors.

    Victims may lack identification because someone else has taken possession of them as a form of control.

    Victims are forced to move frequently by traffickers.

    Victims reside in overcrowded living spaces.

    Victims may lack personal items or possessions, but may have cell phones.

    Victims are restricted or have controlled communications.

    Victims live on or near work premises.

    Victims often lack individual transportation.

    Victims often lack knowledge about how to get around in the community.
  16. diagnosis that should be given (for an infant death) only after all other possible causes of sudden, unexplained death have been ruled out by a thorough investigation.
  17. recruits victims into human trafficking situations.
  18. SUID
  19. cases where the robbery is committed while the suspect is in the possession of a firearm or other deadly weapon.
  20. disturb the dead body until authorized by the medical examiner, pursuant to multi-agency agreements.
  21. illegal alien
  22. fatal injury
  23. victim
  24. talking and avoid looking at the interpreter.
  25. assist in estimating the time since death, although there is a wide range of individual variation.
  26. human trafficking
  27. update traditional slavery laws and combat trafficking in persons.
  28. 18 years of age for prostitution.
  29. trafficked
  30. two participants operate with the same level of power in a relationship, no control, or coercion by either party.
  31. non-contact sexual behavior to varying degrees of direct sexual contact.
  32. FBI
  33. destroy or contaminate possible evidence
  34. al examiner
  35. sex trafficking of persons less than 18 years of age.
  36. human smuggling
  37. What are the ages of the potential victims?

    Is the victim you have identified in immediate danger?

    Are there still workers at the job site or brothel?

    What resources will you need to rescue the victim?

    Will an immediate rescue prevent the chance of rescuing others later?
  38. human trafficking
  39. SIDS and suffocation as a cause of an infant death.
  40. protect these crime victims by allowing them to stay in America.
  41. direct impact on the cooperation of the persons present at the scene and the information people are willing to offer during interviews
  42. robbery
  43. banks
    situational victims
    senior citizens
    drug suspects/participants
    convenience stores
    people at home
    homeless persons
    prostitutes
    drunken people
    retail stores
    ATMs
  44. SIDS
  45. first-degree
  46. human smuggler
  47. is
  48. introduce yourself and explain your role.
  49. ensuring scene safety, removing any environmental or physical threats, and protecting any evidence against contamination and loss.
  50. victims may not speak English.
  51. should
  52. Homeland Security Investigations
  53. sexual behavior that occurs without consent, without equality, or because of coercion.
  54. Rigor mortis
  55. Smuggling
  56. labor camps or sweatshops
  57. U.S. citizens or legal or illegal immigrants.
  58. fraudulent identification or immigration documents

    signs of malnourishment

    weapons

    signs of torture (cigarette burns)

    injuries from beatings or weapons

    money wire transfers

    brands or scarring indicating ownership

    poor health of a victim

    old injuries
  59. carjacking
  60. will
  61. report suspicion or knowledge that a child is a victim of human trafficking to the DCF by calling the Abuse Hotline.
  62. humanitarian approach instead of treating the victims like criminals, and it makes the victim available as witnesses.
  63. Criminal
  64. interpreting for an entire group or an individual.
  65. home-invasion robbery
  66. Home invasion robbery
  67. victims of crime, even if they are living in the United States illegally.
  68. Lividity
  69. you locate and evaluate the location(s) within the scene where the infant was purported to have been moved between placement and discovery.
  70. robbery
  71. "Victim's Rights Brochure" and a "Sexual Battery-Victim's Rights and Services" brochure from the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence.
  72. Coercion
  73. a complete itemized list of property taken (if possible), with serial numbers

    a complete description of the weapons used

    a complete description of the suspect

    how the suspect concealed the weapons

    details regarding the suspect's treatment of victims

    how the suspect displayed the weapons
  74. climate of fear
  75. actually engage in the trafficking act of recruiting, enticing, harboring, transportation, providing, or obtaining a person for commercial sex or they merely benefit financially from knowingly participating in such a venture.
  76. 18
  77. Algor mortis
  78. 13th
  79. robbery by sudden snatching
  80. make the difference between discovering a human trafficking case and rescuing victims, or someone misguiding you.
  81. robbery
  82. any conclusions about the way the family is reacting to the tragedy based on your own cultural background and the way you would respond if you were in this situation.
  83. his or her suspected trafficker prior to questioning, and convey a sense of safety, bringing the victim to an area of safety, away from the location where you encountered the victim.
  84. "owe" someone money for getting them into the United States or have ongoing debt at a "company" store-the only store they are allowed to shop at.
  85. scene of a robbery with crime scene tape to prevent contamination and to allow for evidence processing.
  86. discuss their living or working situations.
  87. equipment
  88. prosecution
  89. tactical deployment to keep from alerting the suspect of the presence of law enforcement and possibly preventing a hostage situation.
  90. the DCF and provide a full written report to them regarding the findings.
  91. is not
  92. Secure the scene.
    Photograph the scene.
    Conduct preliminary interviews.
    Identify the witnesses and people about the infant's death.
    Complete thorough documentation of your findings.
    View the infant's body.
  93. Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization (RICO) offenses.
  94. the names of people at the scene and any changes made to the scene
  95. felonious crimes.
  96. different ways to death.
  97. human trafficking
  98. robbery
  99. crime scene and consider it a homicide until the information gathered consistently points to elements of a death by natural or accidental causes.
  100. the skin may be pale, waxy, and translucent

    the body temperature adjusts to that of the surrounding environment

    signs of decomposition

    the fingernails may be pale

    the eyes may have become milky or cloudy

    signs of decapitation
  101. because victims may not understand the concept of compelled service or slavery.

    because victims may not identify themselves as victims.
  102. medical examiner
  103. initial assessment
  104. at the scene of a death investigation to minimize the trauma they are experiencing.
  105. How old are you?

    Does someone force you to perform sexual acts?

    Do you have any identification and travel documents? If not, who has your documents?

    Do you have freedom of movement?

    Is someone threatening you with deportation or law enforcement action?

    Is someone taking part of your earned money to pay off a smuggling fee?

    Did someone recruit you for one purpose and force you to engage in some other job?

    Is someone threatening you or your family with harm if you attempt to escape?

    What is your name?

    Did someone coach you on what to say to us?

    Can you freely contact your friends or family?

    Is someone paying you for sex?
  106. suffocation (asphyxia)
    hyperthermia
    homicide
    hypothermia
    carbon monoxide poisioning
    drowning
    electrocution