Combating Human Trafficking (2011) This webinar provides an overview of how the Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division combats human trafficking through investigations and awareness. The webinar also covers creative partnerships with law enforcement, prosecutors, and consulates to address the needs of human trafficking victims.
Sample Task Force Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
Ohio Human Trafficking Task Force Service Standards These standards were developed by anti-human trafficking advocates in Ohio as a tool to assist communities in developing an effective network of services for victims of human trafficking. The purpose of the Standards is to encourage continuous quality improvement in trafficking-specific services, foster the sharing of effective practices, and ensuring that trafficking survivors have access to effective services that help them heal from trauma and rebuild their lives.
Developing a Protocol Using the CARE Model (PDF 32KB) Developed by Chief Nicholas Sensley, the CARE model includes a boilerplate checklist in the formulation of a protocol for a multidisciplinary task force response to human trafficking. It is both a methodology and a guide for the development of effective services and investigations and for collaboration through a victim-centered approach
Guide To Hiring a Local Evaluator (2010) Part of OVC’s Technical Assistance Guide Series, this Guide contains useful tips on what to consider in the decisionmaking and selection processes of hiring a local evaluator. This Guide can help determine whether you have the resources and expertise within your initiative to plan and implement a needs assessment and program evaluation, or if it is best to hire a local evaluator to help you conduct these activities.
Guide to Performance Measurement and Program Evaluation (2010) Part of OVC’s Technical Assistance Guide Series, this Guide provides information on how to define goals and objectives, identify performance measures and program outcomes, identify evaluation questions, create a program planning or logic model, select an evaluation design, decide on data collection methods, analyze and present data, and use evaluation data.
The Evidence Project (2013) (PDF 80KB) This Centers for Disease Control and Prevention project proposes a comprehensive framework for understanding evidence and evidence-based decisionmaking that includes three types of evidence (best available research evidence, contextual evidence, and experiential evidence).