Operation Compass

September 13, 2016
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The research at Operation Compass is meant to accomplish three goals, 1) to educate specific segments of the community on what is human trafficking, what it looks like, and how to report it, 2) create partnerships with service providers throughout the country, and 3) to potentially create a database to hold the incidents captured by the mobile application, Operation Compass. The research is ongoing and continues to evolve as we conduct interviews with service providers and law enforcement. Our goal for the database is to create an analytical tool that will help service providers and law enforcement create patterns in human trafficking based on geographical and incident related details.