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The Asia Pacific Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (APATAP) Committee is excited to announce that our annual conference will be held at Disneyland, Hong Kong from 25 - 27 February 2019.

Our conference theme this year is “Online threats, offline lives: Reality and Practice of Online Threat Management”. This is a highly relevant theme to today’s society and reflects current advancements in the use of technology and social media in assessing and managing global, local, and individual-level threats.

We invite all mental health, law enforcement, security, workplace health and safety, and other professionals tasked with the prevention and response of behavioural risks to join us in this learning and networking opportunity.
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Tuesday, February 26 • 12:15pm - 12:45pm
Defining Domestic Child Sex Trafficking in Australia

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Domestic child sex trafficking is often thought of as a crime that happens “somewhere else”, with most conceptualisations involving a child who is internationally trafficked.  Despite the commonly held view that Australia is resistant to trafficking, there are numerous cases which appear to fit the International and Australian legal definition of trafficking, which warrant further consideration.  A barrier to the identification and prosecution of these cases is the lack of clarity around a definition of domestic child trafficking; a challenge which is often identified in the child trafficking literature. The current research explored the definitional nuances of a definition of domestic child sex trafficking, using a Delphi methodology.  A panel of participants who have expertise in the field of child exploitation took part in several rounds of online surveys, to reach a consensus of a definition of domestic child sex trafficking within Australia. The current results will be used for further research into domestic child trafficking, but will also be useful in shaping policy.

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Zoe Knorre

Clinical Psychologist/PhD Candidate, Bond University
Zoe Knorre is a Clinical Psychologist who is investigating domestic child trafficking within Australia. Zoe has worked with sex offenders throughout her career, and is dedicated to highlighting the issue of child trafficking within Australia.

Tuesday February 26, 2019 12:15pm - 12:45pm HKT
Sleeping Beauty Ballroom, Conference Centre, Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel