Library for Health Care Providers

published by Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, Criminal Justice Research Center

Report on the Human Trafficking Services Needs Assessment Survey

September 2012

Discusses: (1) Status of resources and tools available to service providers in their work with human trafficking victims; (2) Description of trafficking victims and their needs; (3) Barriers to service and needs of service providers.

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

Study of HHS Programs Serving Human Trafficking Victims, prepared for Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE)

H. Clawson, N. Dutch, A. Salomon, L. Grace — December 2009

This is the final report produced under this project and includes an executive summary at the beginning of the report. The report summarizes and synthesizes all of the information obtained under the literature review, the site visits, and the National Symposium on the Health Needs of Human Trafficking Victims, and draws upon the Issue Briefs produced under this project. Issues discussed include: (1) What is Human Trafficking; (2) Scope of Human Trafficking Into and Within the U.S.; (3) Identifying Victims of Human Trafficking; (4) Available Services; (5) How Effective are Available Services; (6) Key Findings and Lessons Learned.

California Department of Justice

The State of Human Trafficking in California, California Department of Justice

K. Harris, Attorney General — 2012


  1. Human Trafficking Definitions
  2. Economic Drivers of Human Trafficking
  3. Increased Role of Domestic and Transnational Gangs
  4. Who are Victims of Human Trafficking
  5. Who are the Perpetrators of Human Trafficking
  6. Means and Methods of Human Trafficking 7 .Role of Technology in Human Trafficking
  7. California’s Response to Human Trafficking
  8. Identifying the Scope of Human Trafficking in the U.S. and California
  9. Holding Traffickers Accountable: Law Enforcement Investigations/Prosecutions
  10. Victim-Centered Approach: Protecting/Assisting Victims;
  11. Prevention and Public Education: Reducing Demand
  12. How to Recognize Signs of Human Trafficking.