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Law enforcement agencies have a critical role to play in anti-human trafficking efforts.  Law enforcement personnel may come into contact with victims of human trafficking in many situations. Whether responding law enforcement agents identify victims during a crisis call, routine traffic stop, or during a long-term investigation, they are in a position to protect and assist victims of trafficking as well as bring traffickers to justice.

If you work in law enforcement, browse the resources below to find relevant online trainings, reports, and assessment tools.

 

FinCEN Advisory

Guidance on Recognizing Activity that May be Associated with Human Smuggling and Human Trafficking: Financial Red Flags

U.S. Department of the Treasury; Financial Crimes Enforcement Network

Red Flags from FinCEN to assist financial institutions in identifying and reportign suspicious financial activity connected to human smuggling and trafficking.

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Blueprint

Blueprint: A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Domestic Sex Trafficking of Girls

Center on Poverty and Inequality at Georgetown Law School

A report on the multisystem approach needed to identify and assess survivors’ needs and evaluating three community models of collaborative approaches.

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Human Trafficking in Your Community

Human Trafficking in Your Community

National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC)

A reference tool to assist community actors in finding reliable sources of data about human trafficking incidents in their area.

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Gang Involved Sex Trafficking

Gang-Involved Sex Trafficking

National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC)

Watch this online training to learn how gangs are trafficking women and girls for sex.

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