Human Trafficking: Other Web Resources
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NCJRS Spotlight on Trafficking
From DOJ's National Criminal Justice Reference Service, provides summary information about legislation, publications, funding,
training and technical assistance, and other resources.
Fight Trafficking in Persons
DOJ's main page about trafficking, with information about U.S. Government policies, legislation, victim protection, prevention
and outreach, reports to Congress, and more.
Office for Victims of Crime
Comprehensive information for victims and service providers, including State and local resources, international resources,
and nongovernmental resources.
U.S Department of State
Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons
State Department office that helps coordinate anti-trafficking efforts both domestically and internationally. Site provides
links to informative fact sheets.
Other Government Agencies
Bureau of International Labor Affairs
Produces a list of products that have been made with forced or indentured child labor, implements U.S. policy to eliminate
Campaign to Rescue and Restore Victims of Human Trafficking
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' outreach to support and protect victims of human trafficking. Provides shelter,
legal assistance, job training, and health care.
Department of Defense Trafficking in Persons Programs
Part of the Office of the Inspector General that creates and implements programs to combat human trafficking.
USAID's Combating Trafficking in Persons Programs
Provides a comprehensive report on trafficking in persons.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
Assists with immigration and naturalization.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Enforces immigration and customs laws and helps keeps the U.S. free from terrorist attacks.
Wage and Hour Division
U.S. Department of Labor Division that enforces minimum wage, overtime, and child labor laws.
UN Office on Drugs and Crime, Trafficking in Human Beings
Offers many resources for the public, the media, and others concerning human trafficking, including reports, a video, toolkits
in several languages, and Public Service Announcements.
International Organization for Migration
Intergovernmental organization on human migration including forced migration. Maintains a counter-trafficking Web page.
International Labour Organization
Formulates international labor standards and works for the elimination of forced labor and child labor.
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Date Modified: October 19, 2012