A wide array of legislation has been introduced to take steps to fight the crime of human trafficking in California. This legislation has focused on criminalizing sex and labor trafficking, encouraging training for peace officers on human trafficking, providing financial assistance to victims, strengthening asset forfeiture statutes, requiring companies to disclose their efforts to eradicate trafficking in their supply chains, and provide victims with better access to education.
These bills are pending before the California House and Senate. Click to open pdf:
For more information about Human Trafficking Legislation in California, visit the:
State of California Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General