Combatting Sex Trafficking in Indian Country - (2016)
This document prepared by Melina Angelos Healey for the Center for the Human Rights of Children Native Trafficking Project provides resources for drafting a tribal sex trafficking provision in addition to a PowerPoint presentation that explores the legal side of sex trafficking in Indian Country.
DOJ, HHS, DHS: Federal Strategic Action Plan on Services for Victims of Human Trafficking in the United States - (2013-2017)
This document is a 5-year plan for strengthening coordination, collaboration, and capacity across governmental and nongovernmental entities dedicated to providing support to the victims of human trafficking.
Garden of Truth: The Prostitution and Trafficking of Native Women in Minnesota
This report, compiled by the Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition and Prostitution Research & Education and written by Melissa Farley, Nicole Matthews, Sarah Deer, Guadalupe Lopez, Christine Stark, and Eileen Hudon, explores the results of interviews with 105 Native women, around half of which were victims of human trafficking. This report explores the prevalence of human trafficking amongst Native women and describes some of the long-term, adverse consequences of trafficking on Native women.
Human Trafficking (including Sex Trafficking) of American Indians and Alaskan Natives - Framing Paper Summary - (2017)
This summary published by the Department of Justice summarizes consultation questions on conducting research and providing training and technical assistance to address human trafficking of American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Human Trafficking: Investigations in Indian Country or Involving Native Americans and Actions Needed to Better Report on Victims Served - (2017)
This testimony is based on GAO reports issued in March and July 2017 regarding federal trafficking data occurring in Indian country or involving Native Americans.
Office for Victims of Crime (OVC): Trafficking Video Resource Guide
This resource guide published by the Office for Victims of Crime is a part of an ongoing effort to provide current, relevant information to professionals serving victims of human trafficking in the United States.