A Task Force Contact List
Emergencies should call or text 911, now.
For help or to report trafficking, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline.
To report a missing or exploited child or minor, call your local police and then reach out to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
To report suspected trafficking or to report observed trafficking, call your local police. Some local jurisdiction non-emergency numbers are found here.
Suspected cases of domestic servitude or coerced labor may also be reported to the US Department of Labor here.
Do not engage or confront a known or suspected trafficker - for your safety and for the safety of victims.
To help a foreign national who may be a victim of human trafficking, reach out to the National Human Trafficking Hotline, unless someone is in danger (emergencies call 911).
NOTE: Local law enforcement is committed to keeping all residents safe. It will respond to protect undocumented foreign nationals who are victims. Service providers are available for translating, basic needs, and legal representation. US law provides for special arrangements whereby victims and dependent children are protected and provided for while prosecutions proceed.
To explore, join or present to a Committee, contact the designated Chair:
Victim Services' Committee: Co-Chair Shannon Traore
Multi-Disciplinary Teams: Co-Chair Kay Duffield
Law Enforcement Committee: Chair Maureen Cain
Community Partners, Volunteers, Media: Coordinator Teresa Hartnett
Task Force Conferences
Speakers, Volunteers, Interns, Fellows
Opportunities are listed with Task Force Members or Community Partners:
Coverage of human trafficking in the media is a service to the general public. Requests from media are welcome.
Many sources of information are available.
The Task Force is ready to facilitate media requests by directing media to our Members and wherever possible, their public relations offices which have detailed information on hand to supporrt efforts to inform the public and raise awareness in our community.
Task Force Members offer data specific to their functions and jurisdictions.
Additional information for media is here.
For Task Force resource lists, contacts and further information, contact the Task Force Coordinator, Teresa Hartnett.
Tips or Anonymous Reports
Different jurisdictions provide a variety of ways to report suspected or known crimes.
State Law Enforcement
Local Law Enforcement
Victims' Services Professionals
Didn't Find What You Needed?
If you didn't find what you needed here, please contact the Task Force Coordinator, Teresa Hartnett.