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List of resources for victims of human trafficking

  • Missouri State Highway Patrol
    • The Missouri State Highway Patrol has the capabilities to conduct, or assist any agency with an Interdiction for the Protection of Children/Human Trafficking investigation including the use of SOS Polygraph, Digital Forensics, interviews, intelligence and education.
      • Sergeant Daniel Nash #1107 (IPC Instructor):  417-299-2066
        • DDCC IPC/Human Trafficking - 3131 East Kearney, Springfield, Mo. 65803

    • United States Department of Justice – Human Trafficking Task Force

    • Missouri Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force
      • Specialize in technical investigations involving the internet, social media, online gaming platforms, etc

    • Missouri State Technical Assistance Team
      • Helps with criminal investigations involving the death of a child or any crime against a child, such as child abuse, neglect, sexual abuse, child exploitation and internet crimes
      • Provides advanced high technology support and evidence recovery for all types of crimes against children
      • Electronic storage device detection K9
      • Offers teaching, training and outreach to all members of the multidisciplinary teams who protect children

    • Missouri Information Analysis Center
      • Data Analysis/Case Support
      • Suspicious Activity Reports

      • Collaboration with Children’s Division/ STAT to ID at-risk persons

    • Missouri Crisis Intervention Council
      • Specialized de-escalation training
      • Connections to local, regional & state mental & behavioral health partners

    • Community Mental Health Liaisons
      • Liaison to local mental & behavioral health professionals
      • Can assist with victims on-scene

    • Substance Use Recovery Liaisons
      • On-location assistance for persons with substance use disorders
      • Liaison to recovery organizations/ programs & mental & behavioral health professionals

    • Civil Options/Legal Support

    • Department of Labor
      • Missouri Department of Labor
        • Human Rights Commission
        • Department of Labor and Industrial Relations/Division of Employment Security
      • United States Department of Labor

    • Missouri Secretary of State

Language Access Resources

The National Human Trafficking Hotline can assist with language barriers needs:


Mid-America Chapter of the American Translators Association:


Missouri Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence:


Futures Without Violence:

Department of Homeland Security:


Human trafficking awareness materials in multiple languages:



Special thanks to the Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence and Missouri Office of Prosecution Services for their assistance in identifying these key resources!

Get Help

Call the National Human Trafficking toll-free hotline at 1-888-373-7888: Anti-Trafficking Hotline Advocates are available 24/7 to take reports of potential human trafficking. 

Text the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 233733. Message and data rates may apply.

Chat the National Human Trafficking Hotline via


If you or someone else are in immediate danger, please call 911. 

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