We build bridges. We get the right people at the right table to facilitate community ownership of anti-trafficking.
The U.S. Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons follows the 4 “P” Protocol of effectively ending human trafficking: Prevention, Protection, Prosecution, and Partnership. When these 4 sectors work together in their community, change happens. This is our mandate.
We now help facilitate two Northern Colorado regional coalitions: 1) Larimer Anti-Trafficking Community Response Team and 2) Concerned Citizens Against Human Trafficking. We partner with Larimer County’s First Offender Restoration Initiative, a diversion program for men charged with soliciting sex, in an effort to address demand. We are also members of the Front Range Anti-Trafficking Coalition (FRAC).