National Association of Attorneys General
State Specific Resources
A law enforcement training manual by Office of New Mexico Attorney General Gary King, including federal and state law for both sex and labor trafficking. The manual covers victim assistance, investigation procedures (including types of evidence), case development, interview guidance, additional resources and a glossary of terms.
Online listing of publications issued by the State of Alaska Task Force on the Crimes of Human Trafficking, Promoting Prostitution and Sex Trafficking.
A hub of information and resources designed to highlight the work being done in California to raise awareness, serve victims, and bring perpetrators to justice. The site includes the 2012 State of Human Trafficking in California Report
A 2012 report by the Research and Analysis Sub-Committee of the Ohio Human Trafficking Commission providing information on domestic minor sex trafficking and domestic adult sex trafficking in Ohio including information on supply (victims), demand (customers), and distributers (traffickers). Recommendations to respond to trafficking are offered.
Information regarding human trafficking for the Office of Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, including information about the 2013 Florida Human Trafficking Summit and recent news articles regarding human trafficking in Florida.
A 2010 report by Florida State University Center for the Advancement of Human Rights and Florida’s Statewide Task Force on Human Trafficking. The report assesses modern day slavery in Florida and makes recommendations for action in response.
Statement on human trafficking by Office of Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens.
Joint campaign between Office of the Attorney General, law enforcement and non-profit advocates to take a stand against criminals who purchase sex from children. Includes additional resources and tip line.
Information regarding human trafficking from the Indiana Office of the Attorney General, including 2012 anti-human trafficking efforts surrounding the Super Bowl.
The website of the Kansas Human Trafficking Advisory Board (composed of law enforcement personnel, prosecutors, court personnel, advocates, victims of human trafficking and other pertinent parties who have expertise in this field).
The website of the Massachusetts Human Trafficking Initiative and the Interagency Human Trafficking Task Force, includes task force publications and additional resources.
Information regarding human trafficking from Michigan Office of the Attorney General, including AG publications and AG human trafficking cases.
Information regarding human trafficking from Nevada Office of the Attorney General, highlighting current work to address the problem, warning signs and more information.
Information on New Mexico’s human trafficking law, including law enforcement training manuals and public service announcements.
Website by the New York Office of the Attorney General with links to New York human trafficking laws, New York State Task Force and social service providers.
Website of the Ohio Human Trafficking Commission, including links to publications by the commission, meeting minutes and outside resources.
South Carolina's webpage describing the state's anti-human trafficking resources
A 2012 report to the Texans Legislature by the Texas Human Trafficking Prevention Task Force. The report covers (a) human trafficking in Texas, (b) Texas’ statewide response to human trafficking, (c) future priorities and initiatives, and (d) legislative recommendations.
Information regarding human trafficking from Virginia Office of the Attorney General, including laws against human trafficking and additional resources.
Website with links to Washington’s Task Force against Trafficking in Persons, public service announcements and recent human trafficking news.
Human trafficking resources from the Wisconsin Office of the Attorney General, including reports & statistics and online presentations.
Texas Human Trafficking Prevention Task Force
This guide is intended as a general reference manual to be used by criminal justice professionals to assist in better recognizing human trafficking and responding to victims.