Library for General Public

U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin

Human Sex Trafficking

March 2011

Human trafficking is a national problem with local ties, it is “big business,” and it involves many perpetrators and victims.

Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE)

Human Trafficking

Discussing (1) Trafficking in Persons; (2) Human Trafficking Indicators; (3) Recent Investigations; (4) Public Awareness; (5) Support for Victims; (6) Project STAMP (Smuggler and Trafficker Assets, Monies and Proceeds); (7) Our Partners; (8) ICE Tipline.

Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives

Human Trafficking Education Curriculum


“Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives has partnered with Not My Life to offer two history-based trafficking-prevention curriculum modules for use by secondary students and teachers called History, Human Rights and the Power of One. Both modules conform to Common Core Curriculum Standards and have been approved by the NYC Department of Education for use in the New York City Public Schools.”

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Administration for Children and Families

Human Trafficking Into and Within the United States: A Review of the Literature, prepared for Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE)

August 2009

Review of literature on human trafficking into and within the United States, focusing on issues of identifying and effectively serving trafficking victims. Discusses: (1) What is Human Trafficking; (2) How Prevalent is Human Trafficking Into and Within the U.S.; (3) Who are the Victims of Human Trafficking (Commonality, Risk Factors, Minor Victims, Runaway/Homeless Youth); (4) What are the Needs of Trafficking Victims; (5) How are Victims Identified; (6) Available Services (Adults, Minors); (6) Barriers to, Challenges in, Accessing/Providing Services; (7) Promising Services/Strategies (Trauma-Informed Programming, Involving Survivors in Developing/Providing Services, Identification, Education/Outreach, Prevention, Intensive Case Management, Housing/Shelter Services, Legal Services, Medical Services, Social Services, Trauma Therapy, Substance Abuse Treatment).

New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services

Human Trafficking Overview

Discusses New York State anti-trafficking law; the goals of New York State’s Interagency Task Force on Human Trafficking; Frequently Asked Questions. Additional Relevant Links: