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Using Data to Fight Human Trafficking

On-Demand Webinar
Duration: 60 Minutes 

Hosted By: Gina Jurva, Risk and Compliance, Legal Executive Institute, Thomson Reuters

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In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Best practices for law enforcement and financial institutions to work together in recognizing the ploys and tactics of human traffickers
  • Why large sporting events such as the Super Bowl or the Kentucky Derby are prime targets for human traffickers and what your organization can do about it
  • How to uncover trafficking activity using new detection tools including data and cross-institutional collaboration tools
  • Key red flags related that can be used to help identify possible victims and reveal traffickers

Event Host
Speaker
Gina Jurva
Risk & Compliance, Legal Executive Institute, Thomson Reuters

Gina Jurva, Esq., is an attorney and Manager, Thought Leadership for Enterprise Content – Corporates & Government for the Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute. Gina works on solutions to some of the world’s most pressing fraud issues including anti-money laundering (AML), e-commerce fraud, and government fraud, in addition to risk and regulatory compliance.

In previous roles at Thomson Reuters, Gina worked as the Manager for the Risk & Compliance platform. She was also a Senior Legal Writer and Editor. Additionally, she spent a combined 11 years as a deputy district attorney handling both misdemeanor and felony cases and later, her own legal practice defending clients in criminal matters.

Panelists
Speaker
Jim Dinkins
President of Thomson Reuters Special Services
Jim Dinkins has over 30 years of public and private sector experience in federal law enforcement and the banking industry. He is a recognized leader in global law enforcement, intelligence, and financial crimes compliance.

Jim joined government service in 1986 with the U.S. Customs Service. Following the September 11th terrorist attacks, he became the Chief of the Cornerstone and Financial investigation Programs at the newly founded Department of Homeland Security, where he was responsible for developing international and domestic initiatives designed to combat vulnerabilities in the United States’ financial and trade sectors.

In 2010, Jim was responsible for establishing Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). As the head of HSI, Dinkins oversaw the agency’s global national security and public safety efforts. In this capacity he had direct oversight of HSI’s operations as well as investigative and enforcement initiatives, targeting transnational criminal organizations exploiting America’s legitimate travel, trade, financial and immigration systems for illicit purposes.
Speaker
David Thompson
Director of Business Development at Thomson Reuters Special Services

David Thompson assists both commercial and federal law enforcement clients with customized analytical solutions with big data, open source, and public records. Prior to joining TRSS, Mr. Thompson was with Thomson Reuters Financial and Risk and with Deloitte where he supported both their government and anti-money laundering and sanctions practices advising global financial institutions with their anti-money laundering and financial crimes programs, sanctions, FCPA, OFAC and supply chain risks.

David gained most of his experience with the U.S. Government prior to retirement as a senior law enforcement executive. He was also a member of the U.S. Treasury Department’s Delegation to the Financial Action Task Force for over four years where he participated in global working groups and contributed to FATF publications on trade-based money laundering, terrorist financing and cash couriers.

In 2016, David retired as the Special Agent in Charge of Homeland Security Investigations.
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