The Anatomy of an Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force
Combating human trafficking requires the collaborative effort of trained specialists working together to conduct law enforcement investigations, advance prosecutions, provide prevention and intervention programs while at the same time assessing and providing a broad range of services needed to rehabilitate victims of trafficking. It is critical that all participating agencies be educated in successful anti-trafficking efforts and develop a coordinated plan within each community.
This show will educate you about how task forces are formed, the role of each collaborating agency, including local law enforcement, federal law enforcement agencies, federal prosecutors, District Attorneys, departments of social services, public health, mental health and local offices of education, while also working closely with shelters and safe houses to address the needs of victims.
The information in this show is critical for all first responders and social services personnel to understand how to develop and implement a successful anti-human trafficking task force in your community.
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RESOURCES, LINKS and CASES:
- Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Awarded $1.5M Grant
- Human Trafficking Resources
- St. Petersburg Police forms new anti-human trafficking unit
- ICE HSI announces multiagency anti-trafficking task force in Philadelphia