Human trafficking is a complex problem with many types, often times categorized by sex or labor trafficking. However, the complexities go beyond those two categories. By addressing each type of trafficking individually and breaking down how each unique model works, we are able to develop strategies needed to dismantle and eradicate them all, one by one.
Did you know that human trafficking has only been illegal in all 50 states for less than a decade? This makes it a relatively new area of law, with local departments doing their best to navigate it. As the experts in the field, Collective Liberty provides data, intelligence, and case studies that highlight local heroes, as well as cutting edge approaches to fighting and stopping the perpetrators.
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Making matters worse, modern technology is rapidly escalating the problem, as well as exponentially increasing the exploitation of our most vulnerable populations. That is why it is imminent for social service providers, law enforcement agencies, financial institutions and more to receive the proper tools and training needed to level the playing field.
This is where we come in!
31 new laws
3.000 officers on best practices
3.000 AML professionals on innovative technologies
Victims Access to 176 social service agencies
Our years of impactful work have proven us to be a trusted resource for training and sharing best practices across key groups. In our approach, we empower those doing the work on the ground by continuously sharing innovative tactics in real time.
Collective Liberty helps solve the often-challenging problem of connecting data on a national scale by working across jurisdictions to pull, organize, and share critical evidence. This exhaustive effort allows law enforcement and prosecutors to not only build stronger cases, but also give them vital visibility into connected cases across the country.
Collective Liberty consolidates information from a variety of public and private sources, including public websites, arrest/prosecution records, Freedom of Information Act records, Corporate Data, and Law Enforcement. Our advanced machine learning algorithms and software identity and present actionable information to our partners in Law Enforcement both domestically and aboard. Corporate partners ThetaRay and Wolfram Analytics support this analysis.
Human traffickers operate across city, county, and state lines. Therefore, the social service support available to victims must be networked across geographic boundaries as well. Collective Liberty works with survivors and social service agencies to facilitate national communities of practice that can assist victims through their criminal justice investigations. This allows law enforcement to work on building their cases and arresting traffickers, while social service agencies can focus on identifying and supporting the victims.