Mayor Bloomberg established the Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force in 2006 to coordinate efforts to combat foreign and domestic human trafficking and the commercial sexual exploitation of children. The Task Force meets quarterly and brings together experts from various fields, such as state and federal law enforcement, city and state government agencies, service providers, advocacy groups, and other community-based organizations.
MOCJ has created a resource directory to help service providers, counselors, law enforcement officers, prosecutors and victims identify and access available services.
Download the resource directory (in PDF)
In May 2010, Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Carol A. Robles-Roman and MOCJ launched a new public-education campaign to encourage New Yorkers to report potential human trafficking cases.
Visit the human trafficking website