Hope for Justice trains frontline professionals like police officers, juvenile detention officers, and child protective services to spot the signs of human trafficking.
Our training and resources are delivered to professionals who are most likely to come into contact with victims of human trafficking, often without even realizing it. Participants learn how to identify victims and to understand the circumstances that stop people from coming forward for help.
From April 2017 to March 2018, our teams trained more than 1,100 people across the United States.
Hope for Justice is committed to improving restorative care for survivors of human trafficking rescued in the USA.
Victims may have experienced high levels of trauma and need specialist care from professionals who understand this complex crime and the impact it can have on individuals. Hope for Justice strives to ensure that every survivor can receive the highest level of care and build a foundation for a future filled with hope.
“A lot of the human trafficking cases that we’re seeing here within the United States weigh heavily on vulnerable women who are exploited into sex trafficking. They get sucked into this world through false promises made by the traffickers. Our team is at the forefront of developing strategies to address human trafficking of all kinds, as well as assisting law enforcement.”
Richard Schoeberl, Investigations Team Leader, Hope for Justice
“When I received a call that she was safe…
Words can’t explain it enough.”
Mother of a US trafficking victim, rescued by Hope for Justice