Sergeant Dan Nash
Dan Nash is the co-founder of the Human Trafficking Training Center and a retired Missouri State Trooper. He spent 27 years investigating narcotic/vice crimes, violent crime, and human trafficking. Dan was the Sergeant of the Human Trafficking Unit and the enforcement supervisor of the Missouri Attorney General's Office Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force. Dan has instructed human trafficking training in numerous states for law enforcement, victim advocates, casinos, firefighters, hospitals, and nationwide non-profits.
Dan created the Special Victims Methodology for investigating human trafficking cases, which many law enforcement agencies use. Dan has spoken at many conferences on human trafficking and has been passionate about improving the anti-trafficking program within law enforcement and the community since 2012. He developed an entire human trafficking curriculum which includes eight trainings in total. These trainings include multiple classes for law enforcement, including human trafficking interdiction, human trafficking investigations, human trafficking operations, and the Special Victims Methodology. Specific classes for Probation and Parole, Wildlife Officers, the medical field, and the community have also been developed.
Sergeant Dan Nash discloses that he has no relevant financial relationships with any organization producing, marketing, reselling, and distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients relative to the content of this presentation.