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Oregon State Highlight

The Oregon Department of Justice has been successful in mandating county juvenile department staff to conduct human trafficking screening for all youth at intake, mandating state agencies to complete annual trainings on human trafficking awareness and identification, developing

Indicators Recognizing and Responding to Sex Trafficking

The goal of this curriculum is to improve participants’ ability to recognize indicators of sex trafficking in minors and take initial steps to respond. This response includes reporting suspicions (when appropriate) and continuing to provide services, regardless of

Task Force Resource

Includes weblinks to different resources that may be useful to a human trafficking task force. The resources are organized into the following categories: trafficking task force development and maintenance; victims assistance training and resources; anti-human trafficking training; trauma-informed

Stages of a Task Force

Guides human trafficking task forces to prioritize efforts. Describes three task force stages: foundation, stabilization, and sustainability. Each stage includes key activities and critical topics to address. The document is designed to address task forces at different stages

Understanding and Addressing Sex Trafficking in our Community (UAST)

This series introduces a new, Oregon-specific introductory sex trafficking curriculum that builds awareness and gives community groups and service providers specific calls to action. The curriculum, titled Understanding and Addressing Sex Trafficking in our Community (UAST) includes stories

Standard Sex Trafficking Response Protocol

A community-specific response plan to guide any service provider when they suspect a minor is experiencing sex trafficking. This protocol was developed so that every county will have a similar response and so practitioners who are not experts