Office of the Arizona Governor Doug Ducey
Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family

Arizona Human Trafficking Council

The Arizona Human Trafficking Council was established to address human trafficking in Arizona through strategic and targeted human trafficking prevention and awareness efforts. The Council is authorized under Executive Order 2015-12 to develop a comprehensive and coordinated victims’ service plan; evaluate and report to the governor on statewide human trafficking data; promote greater collaboration with law enforcement, state agencies, and the community-at-large; and raise public awareness about victims’ services, restitution and prevention. The Council consists of members appointed by the Governor. In December 2015, Governor Ducey renewed the Arizona Human Trafficking Council Indefinitely.

HT Council

In addition to full Council meetings, the Council further develops its work through the following subcommittees:

Victim Services
Training / Data & Research
Outreach & Awareness
Policy

2018 Annual Report HT

Click here to download the Arizona Human Trafficking Council's 2018 Annual Report. 

Click here to download the Arizona Human Trafficking Council's 2019 Prevention & Intervention Report.

 

 

Agendas, Minutes and Documents

The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family agendas, minutes and other related documents as they become available.

Please select a link below to view the meeting documents.

Sub-Committees / Workgroups

This Council or Commission is able to create sub-committees and workgroups necessary to complete the work outlined in the body's Executive Order. Each sub-committee and workgroup is comprised of members from the Council or Commission, issue-area experts, and/or community stakeholders.

Outreach and Awareness Committee


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Policy Committee

Develop Policy Recommendations

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Victim Services Committee

Develop and/or Improve Statewide Policies

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Training / Data & Research Committee

Develop and Facilitate Training

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