Human trafficking happens in Colorado.
Human trafficking is a severe form of exploitation of another person involving force, fraud, or coercion for labor or sex.
Developing your understanding of this crime is the first step to taking meaningful action.
Support the movement to end human trafficking.
Colorado’s Human Trafficking Hotline is managed by the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking. This critical resource developed through the Colorado Network to End Human Trafficking (CoNEHT), a statewide collaborative of organizations formed in 2005 that support the mission to provide a safe and appropriate response to human trafficking in Colorado. Key CoNEHT partners include Colorado Legal Services and Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network.
For any EEO complaints see the CDPS Title VI Federal Financial Assistance Non-Discrimination Complaint Procedure.