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Human Trafficking Reporting System (HTRS)

Data Collection Status
Inactive
Frequency
2007-2008
Latest Data Available
2007-2008
Data Experts
Mark Motivans, Ph.D., BJS Statistician
Collection Period
2007-2008
Description
The Human Trafficking Reporting System (HTRS) was developed in 2007 to collect data on alleged human trafficking incidents from state and local law enforcement agencies. It collected information on incident, suspect, and victim characteristics from 38 human trafficking task forces, funded by the Department of Justice. Incident data include the number of suspects and victims, number of agencies involved in the incident, confirmation of incident as human trafficking, and type of lead agency. Victim data include demographic characteristics such as age, race, gender, and citizenship status. In addition to demographic characteristics, suspect data include available arrest, adjudication, and sentencing information.

Date Created: July 15, 2009