Research + Resources

First Responders: The Potential to Disrupt Trafficking

The first responder—the firefighter, EMT, and paramedic—is out in the community and interacting with people every day. They are entering people’s homes, going into warehouses, inspecting restaurants, visiting homeless shelters, trekking into impromptu camps along creeks and rivers, and entering farms and ranches all around the state. First responders are

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Applying Research to End Human Trafficking

Applying Research to End Human Trafficking For years, LCHT has noted the importance of research in guiding community response to combat human trafficking.  Our Colorado Project and the Colorado Action Plan are primary examples.  Similar research and evaluation principles apply to how we know we’re making a difference. Because of our

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