This educational session, lasting one hour, will be facilitated by distinguished speakers Carmen J. Pino and Michael J. Compitiello. It is designed to impart a fundamental understanding of human trafficking, highlighting the severe forms of trafficking as defined by the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000, exploring the concepts of force, fraud, and coercion, identifying vulnerabilities exploited by traffickers, examining common locales for trafficking, and recognizing signs of such activities.
Carmen J. Pino, a retired Assistant Special Agent in Charge for Homeland Security Investigations in Miami and a co-founder of the South Florida Human Trafficking Task Force, boasts over 25 years of leadership and investigative prowess. Presently, he is the managing partner at Knight Global Investigations, LLC, where his dedication to eradicating human trafficking endures.
Michael J. Compitiello, a retired Supervisory Special Agent, possesses over 32 years of experience and is highly regarded as an expert in the Immigration & Naturalization Act and human trafficking cases. Having led impactful task force operations in Broward County, he currently serves as the owner and managing partner at Compitiello & Associates, a private investigative and consulting firm, furthering his commitment to combating human trafficking.
This meeting promises to offer critical insights and knowledge, essential for professionals involved in this vital field. Enclosed, please find the speakers' photos and additional biographical information.