HUMAN TRAFFICKING INVESTIGATIONS & TRAINING INSTITUTE
HUMAN TRAFFICKING INVESTIGATIONS & TRAINING INSTITUTE  

Greg H. Bristol

HTITI Executive Director on Law Enforcement

Points, West Virginia

 

 

In 2010, Greg became a Special Agent with the Special Inspector General for Afghanistant Reconstruction (SIGAR), and investigated fraud, waste and abuse in US contracts in Kandahar, Afghanistan. After serving two 13-month term appointments, Agent Bristol returned to the US in 2012, and created The Human Trafficking Training Institute.

 

In 1987, Greg became a FBI Special Agent, and was assigned to the FBI's Washington Field Office.  His assignments included Foreign Counterintelligence, Public Corruption, Securities Fraud (Enron Task Force), and Civil Rights (Hate Crimes and Human Trafficking).

In 1978, Greg became a Trooper with the Michigan State Police (MSP), and was first assigned to MSP's Northville Post.  He was a Distinguished Expert marksman, and the receipient of MSP's Meritorious Service medal for diligence and perseverance under uncommon circumstance in a murder investigation. In 1986, he was reassigned to MSP's Detroit Freeway Post.

Education & Specialized Skills

US Department of Justice - Office for Victims of Crime

 

Expert Consultant in Human Trafficking (Currently)

University of Louisville's Southern Police Institute

 

Instructor - Command Officers Development Course (Currently)

Michigan State University

 

B.A. in Criminal Justice

Film and Publication Credits

Film Credit - Not My Life

 

Not My Life is the first film to depict the cruel and dehumanizing practices of human trafficking and modern slavery on a global scale. Filmed in five continents, it shows us an astonishing array of practices including forced labor, domestic servitude, begging, sex tourism, and child soldiering. One of Agent Bristol's 2009 FBI domestic servitude cases is highlighed in this film.

Public Service Announcement Credit - UNICEF

 

UNICEF works with development partners, governments and NGOs on all aspects of anti-trafficking responses - prevention, protection and prosecution, and supports evidence-based research to strenghten interventions. Mr. Bristol has recently been filmed by UNICEF to participate in one of their Public Service Announcements, which is shown on the Welcome Page.

No Travel Required is a 2016 film about human trafficking as viewed as a human rights issue rather than a legal issue. It examines the factors contributing to human trafficking, and the "hidden in plain sight" nature of human trafficking.

Radio interview with Bob Smith (commentator for WXXI Rochester, NY) and Robert Bilheimer, Director of Not My Life, 8/21/2012, on the crime of human trafficking.

Educating our leaders to end slavery

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