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If you wish to support our nonprofit organization and our campaign to prevent and prosecute human trafficking crimes in the U.P. ,  All donations are tax deductible as we are a 501c3


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Upper Peninsula Human Trafficking Task Force

PO BOX 232

Marquette, MI 49855

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Everybody can do something to help end human trafficking


Stand up with us and join the Upper Peninsula Human Trafficking Task Force

  • Visionary and practical skills: Have the capacity to plan for a goal and implement reasonable steps to achieve it.
  • Decision making authority: Possess the authority of the agency or organization to make reasonable commitments.
  • Organizational development skills: Have the capacity to form a new collaboration that fosters nontraditional relationships, bring diverse perceptions of human trafficking, use a variety of skills, and draw on varying disciplines.
  • Resourcefulness: Tap into human and other valuable resources.
  • Commitment: The most important credential of members of the task force is a commitment to developing an effective community response to human trafficking. Many task forces are formed out of local or regional interest without external funding because the members believe in the necessity of a coordinated task force response. 

The task force will benefit from including representatives from a variety of agencies and organizations to expand its capacity to provide services to victims and bring investigations to successful prosecution.


This diversity in membership also can be beneficial in ensuring that the task force remains balanced in its efforts to combat all types of trafficking, without allowing local political or media pressures, or any type of discrimination to skew the reality of human trafficking in all of its forms.


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