TOPEKA – (June 5, 2018) – In less than one month, people who apply for a new or renewed commercial driver's license (CDL) in Kansas must have completed training in human trafficking awareness before receiving their license, Attorney General Derek Schmidt reminded drivers today. The new legal requirement was enacted by the Legislature last year and becomes effective July 1. The approved online training, which takes about 30 minutes, may be completed in advance rather than waiting to take it at the driver's license office. It consists of watching a short video and answering a series of questions. "The purpose of this online training is to help save lives of people, particularly children, trafficked and exploited along along our streets and highways,"...
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Reminder: Human trafficking awareness training requirement for CDL holders starts July 1