Fighting Human Trafficking

Learn more about the work of the Human Trafficking Division at the Attorney General's Office, and how to get in contact.

The Human Trafficking Division at the Attorney General's Office uses a multi-disciplinary team approach dedicated to prosecuting and preventing human trafficking through law enforcement efforts, policy development, and community partnerships.

The Division is comprised of a dedicated team of prosecutors, advocates, Massachusetts State Police troopers, and a paralegal who work alongside a team of Financial Investigators and local law enforcement to investigate and prosecute cases of human trafficking throughout the Commonwealth. Team members also conduct outreach and training for law enforcement and other community members statewide.

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