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A Collaborative Response to Human Trafficking. History of Coalition. Coalition’s Focus . Coalition’s Philosophy/ Framework. Discovery by Community-Based Organizations and Good Samaritans. Excerpt from Protocol. Discovery by Law Enforcement. Excerpt from Protocol.

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discovery by law enforcement
Discovery by Law Enforcement

Excerpt

from Protocol

law enforcement service provider collaboration
Law Enforcement / Service ProviderCollaboration
  • Who Benefits:

The Victim

Law Enforcement

NGOs

    • Meet Before You Need Them
    • Meet Regularly
    • Establish Protocols & Connections
advocates hub for client support

Basic Needs:

Shelter, food, clothes

Peer Counseling/ Moral Support

Case Management

Safety

Planning

Connect to benefits: TANF, VW, Etc.

Advocate/Case

Manager

Resources

& Referrals

Transportation

Accompaniment

Criminal Justice

Advocacy

Advocates; hub for client support
working with sexually exploited minors
Working with Sexually Exploited Minors
  • County Protocol
  • Collaboration with Other Counties
  • Using SART Protocol to Ensure Timely Advocate Response
intersection with sexual assault
INTERSECTION WITH SEXUAL ASSAULT
  • How Distinguish if Trafficking:
  • Trafficker benefits from assault/abuse – generally monetary benefit, but can include in-kind benefits (food, drugs, pay off debt, etc.)
  • Not just in cases of adults – guardians or parents who take money from others who rape/sexually abuse minors
  • Can include gain from pornography, etc.
on going support for advocates
On-Going Support For Advocates
  • Trainings
    • Coalition Protocol
    • Confidentiality
    • Working with SEM
    • SSA Benefits
  • Case Support
    • Monthly brown-bag meetings
    • Victim-Services Work Group
    • DV/SA Advocate Manual
    • Seasoned Advocates/Mentors
contact information
Contact Information

Trafficking Information and Referral Hotline

1888-373-7888

http://sbcteht.com

www.sjpd.org/stopht

Community Solutions 24-Hour Crisis Lines

Perla Flores, Solutions to Violence Program Director

(877) 363-7238(crisis intervention)

Katharine & George Alexander Community Law Center

Lynette Parker, Supervising Attorney

(408) 288-7030 (legal questions)

San Jose Police Department Human Trafficking Task Force

Jennifer Dotzler, Police Officer

Jenniferl.dotzler@sanjoseca.gov

(408) 277-4322

Preguntas?

Questions?