Train: Our courses

DeliverFund conducts training at our headquarters in Dallas, Texas. 

We have decades of experience using intelligence to find criminals from our careers in the CIA, NSA, Special Operations, and law enforcement, and we leverage cutting-edge technology into the ultimate weapon against human trafficking.

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The CHTIOC is a course designed for human trafficking investigators that will teach and enhance the skills needed to successfully identify human traffickers, their victims and networks. The course covers all source intelligence analysis and human intelligence (HUMINT) as well as the use of the Internet to gather additional data surrounding human trafficking networks.

The CHTIOC will also cover tools that will teach the investigator how to conduct link analysis and identify links between data that is not readily apparent. The course also covers effective victim interviewing techniques as well as officer safety strategies.

Upon graduation the investigator will be able to generate their own leads for cases, use social media and other sources of open source data to identify a trafficker. The investigator will be able to identify potential surveillance locations in order to conduct surveillance and will be aware of counter surveillance and surveillance detection techniques conducted by criminals.  The investigator will be able to safely support/ conduct rescue operations and control victims/subjects using DOJ approved control techniques.

  • For:  Investigators, detectives and agents of local, state and federal law enforcement
  • Minimum student load per course: 10

The Cyber Targeting for Human Trafficking Investigations Course (CTHTIC) is a course designed for analysts and investigators actively working human trafficking investigations. This course will teach and enhance the skills needed to successfully identify human traffickers, their victims and networks online. The course covers open source intelligence analysis (OSINT) and the use of the Internet to gather additional data surrounding human trafficking networks. The CTHTIC will also cover tools that will teach the analyst and investigator how to conduct link analysis and identify links between data that is not readily apparent.

Upon graduating this course, students will be able to successfully identify victims of human trafficking online and be able to identify the victims and likely traffickers and associates using publicly available information and cyber investigative techniques.

  • For: analysts of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies
  • Minimum student load per course: 10

This course teaches the fundamentals of how to conduct static and mobile surveillance (foot and vehicle). The course also covers surveillance detection routes and how to identify if a particular subject is conducting an SDR or using countersurveillance. This course covers both day and night scenarios and days are extremely long. Officers should come prepared to operate outside in a variety of climates and in areas of different socio-economic status.

Upon graduating this course, investigators will be able to confidently identify hostile surveillance, conduct foot and vehicle mobile surveillance without being identified. Additionally, investigators will be able to identify indicators of countersurveillance in order to provide additional evidence to a particular case

  • For:  Anybody in the investigatory cycle who may be called upon to conduct physical surveillance
  • Minimum student load per course: 10

(By request only)

This course is a brief seminar provided to enhance the patrol officer’s tools to successfully identify human trafficking and what questions to ask, as well as next steps to take if he or she encounters suspected human trafficking.

Upon graduating, officers will be able to successfully identify indicators of human trafficking during vehicle stops and other community engagement activities. The officers will be able to ask questions to better discern if human trafficking is taking place and the next steps to take if suspected human trafficking is taking place.

  • For:  Patrol officers and deputies who are not routinely in investigatory roles.
  • Minimum student load per course: 10

(By request)

This course covers the initial set up of a HT task force, different parties who should be a part of the task force, and communications flows. Operational planning will be covered as will considerations for different types of Law Enforcement counter human trafficking operations

Officers and investigators will be able to identify critical partners (law enforcement and community members) who will make for effective task force members. Graduates will be able to set up communication flows with all parties to ensure clear communications and understanding of roles and responsibilities of all parties.

  • For:  Midlevel supervisors and leadership, as well as those who work as part of or lead a law enforcement human trafficking task force.
  • Minimum student load per course: 10

DeliverFund understands the difficulty in letting officers train offsite. We will provide one of our courses at your location. We require a minimum of 10 confirmed students but offer two free slots for your department.

Contact [email protected] for details.

Register for Courses

testimonial advise

“The training we received through DeliverFund definitely helps with our daily battles against human
trafficking in the D/FW area. We appreciate not only the diverse training and use of specialized tools &
techniques for our investigations, but also for the continued support of the DeliverFund family with our
agency.”

Bradley Gantt

Special Crimes investigator, Tarrant County

Course Details

The CHTIOC is a course designed for human trafficking investigators that will teach and enhance the skills needed to successfully identify human traffickers, their victims and networks. The course covers all source intelligence analysis and human intelligence (HUMINT) as well as the use of the Internet to gather additional data surrounding human trafficking networks.

The CHTIOC will also cover tools that will teach the investigator how to conduct link analysis and identify links between data that is not readily apparent. The course also covers effective victim interviewing techniques as well as officer safety strategies.

Upon graduation, the investigator will be able to generate their own leads for cases, use social media and other sources of open source data to identify a trafficker. The investigator will be able to identify potential surveillance locations in order to conduct surveillance and will be aware of counter surveillance and surveillance detection techniques conducted by criminals.  The investigator will be able to safely support/conduct rescue operations and control victims/subjects using DOJ approved control techniques.

  • For: Investigators, detectives and agents of local, state and federal law enforcement
  • Minimum student load per course: 10

The Cyber Targeting for Human Trafficking Investigations Course (CTHTIC) is a course designed for analysts and investigators actively working human trafficking investigations. This course will teach and enhance the skills needed to successfully identify human traffickers, their victims and networks online. The course covers open source intelligence analysis (OSINT) and the use of the Internet to gather additional data surrounding human trafficking networks. The CTHTIC will also cover tools that will teach the analyst and investigator how to conduct link analysis and identify links between data that is not readily apparent.

Upon graduating this course, students will be able to successfully identify victims of human trafficking online and be able to identify the victims and likely traffickers and associates using publicly available information and cyber investigative techniques.

  • For: analysts of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies
  • Minimum student load per course: 10

(By request)

This course teaches the fundamentals of how to conduct static and mobile surveillance (foot and vehicle). The course also covers surveillance detection routes and how to identify if a particular subject is conducting an SDR or using countersurveillance. This course covers both day and night scenarios and days are extremely long. Officers should come prepared to operate outside in a variety of climates and in areas of different socio-economic status.

Upon graduating this course, investigators will be able to confidently identify hostile surveillance, conduct foot and vehicle mobile surveillance without being identified. Additionally, investigators will be able to identify indicators of countersurveillance in order to provide additional evidence to a particular case

  • For:  Anybody in the investigatory cycle who may be called upon to conduct physical surveillance
  • Minimum student load per course: 10

This course is a brief seminar provided to enhance the patrol officer’s tools to successfully identify human trafficking and what questions to ask, as well as next steps to take if he or she encounters suspected human trafficking.

Upon graduating, officers will be able to successfully identify indicators of human trafficking during vehicle stops and other community engagement activities. The officers will be able to ask questions to better discern if human trafficking is taking place and the next steps to take if suspected human trafficking is taking place.

  • For:  Patrol officers and deputies who are not routinely in investigatory roles.
  • Minimum student load per course: 10

(By request)

This course covers the initial set up of a HT task force, different parties who should be a part of the task force, and communications flows. Operational planning will be covered as will considerations for different types of Law Enforcement counter human trafficking operations

Officers and investigators will be able to identify critical partners (law enforcement and community members) who will make for effective task force members. Graduates will be able to set up communication flows with all parties to ensure clear communications and understanding of roles and responsibilities of all parties.

  • For:  Midlevel supervisors and leadership, as well as those who work as part of or lead a law enforcement human trafficking task force.
  • Minimum student load per course: 10

DeliverFund understands the difficulty in letting officers train offsite. We will provide one of our courses at your location. We require a minimum of 10 confirmed students but offer two free slots for your department.

Contact [email protected] for details.

Register for a Course

testimonial advise

“The training we received through DeliverFund definitely helps with our daily battles against human
trafficking in the D/FW area. We appreciate not only the diverse training and use of specialized tools &
techniques for our investigations, but also for the continued support of the DeliverFund family with our
agency.”

Bradley Gantt

Special Crimes investigator, Tarrant County