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Anti-Human Trafficking Prevention & Awareness Toolkit

Trafficking of children and youth is a growing concern across the nation. The Department of Children and Families (DCF) is committed to combating the growing crisis of the human trafficking of youth and children, and works closely with other systems, including: Department of Justice, Department of Corrections, Department of Public Instruction, Office of State Court and local courts, Department of Health Services and community service providers, to provide a comprehensive response.

This is a source of public information available to local communities, professionals, and other stakeholders interested in addressing human trafficking in Wisconsin. It provides general awareness information and trainings.

Top Benefits

  • Guides and documents on general awareness information
  • Two self-paced trainings

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