The Evolution of Anti-Trafficking Work in Orange County
Presented by the O.C. Human Trafficking Task Force
- Participants will learn the history and current-day workings of the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force.
- Participants will understand how the different partners collaborate in real-time on complex cases, and will hear from each partner about the challenges and successes that have come through the collaborations.
- Participants will interactively explore ways they can become involved in helping to fight human trafficking in Orange County.
About The Presenter
Deputy Distrcit Attorney, Orange County
Task Force Sgt.,
Anaheim Police Department
Victim Advocate, Wayfinders
OC Social Services Agency
The Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force (OCHTTF) is a multidisciplinary antihuman trafficking effort involving several agencies including law enforcement, victim service providers, nonprofit organizations, faith-based organizations, government agencies and the community. The OCHTTF is committed to combating all forms of human trafficking, supporting victims, prosecuting offenders, advocating on behalf of victims, raising community awareness and strengthening collaborative partnerships. The speakers for this workshop include Sergeant Juan Reveles (Anaheim Police Department), Patty Saravia (Victim Advocate, Wayfinders), Bryan Clavecilla (Deputy District Attorney, Orange County) and Nicole Strattman (CSEC Coordinator, Orange County Social Services).