that receives tax-deductible donations from SAFE partners and community members and invests those funds in qualified, vetted organizations who are moving the needle in fighting commercial sexual exploitation.
“Human trafficking is a plague that we cannot stop fighting in our state and nationwide. I will work daily, along with law enforcement partners across Florida, to combat human trafficking and rescue survivors.”
-Florida Attorney General
“This is an urgent humanitarian issue. My Administration is committed to leveraging every resource we have to confront this threat, to support the victims and survivors, and to hold traffickers accountable for their heinous crimes.”
-President Donald Trump
An Estimated 25 million people globally are human trafficking victims.
Victims can be of any age, race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, nationality, immigration status, cultural background, socio-economic class and education attainment level.
According to a study of U.S. Department of Justice human trafficking task force cases, 83 percent of sex trafficking victims identified in the United States were U.S. citizens.
Florida is 3rd in the volume of calls to the national hotline each year from 2015 – 2019.
Human trafficking is an extremely lucrative, illicit activity with estimated annual global profits of $150 billion with approximately two-thirds from commercial sexual exploitation.
Most confirmed human trafficking suspects are male (81%), between the ages of 18 and 34 (77%) and are U.S. citizens (86%).
BREVARD COUNTY, FL. – Central Florida attorney accused of trafficking teen girls from his Melbourne home
Human trafficking is modern slavery and it has no place in our world.
Children, women and men deserve safety, freedom and dignity.