(a) Any trade school or junior college, as defined in Section 16-60-81, offering instruction in the operation of commercial motor vehicles as part of the driver training school shall offer, as part of the commercial motor vehicle driving course curriculum, industry specific training on the recognition, prevention, and reporting of human trafficking.
(b) The Board of Trustees of the Alabama Community College System shall be responsible for ensuring the instruction requirements in subsection (a) are met. The board, in conjunction with organizations that specialize in the recognition and prevention of human trafficking, shall annually review and update the training to include changes and trends in human trafficking.
(c) Private driver training schools shall use best efforts to incorporate in the course curriculum the specific training on the recognition, prevention, and reporting of human trafficking.
Last modified: May 3, 2021