Starting this July, commercial drivers license holders in the Sunflower State will receive anti-human trafficking training.
Last year, the Kansas legislature passed a law requiring the training, and this week the Attorney General’s Office approved a training curriculum submitted by the National Organization Truckers Against Trafficking. According to the Kansas Attorney General’s Office, the training will take about half an hour to complete and won’t add any additional licensing fees.
New applicants must complete the training before getting their license, while those who already have a CDL will have to complete it before they can renew their license. The training only has to be completed once, not every time the license is renewed.