ABOUT THE COOK COUNTY HUMAN TRAFFICKING TASK FORCE
The Cook County Human Trafficking Task Force (CCHTTF) is a multi-disciplinary task force that brings law enforcement and social and legal service agencies together to work on human trafficking cases. The task force is a joint project of the Cook County State's Attorney's Office and the Salvation Army STOP-IT Program, and is jointly funded by the U.S. Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Assistance and the Office for Victims of Crime. Although membership on the task force is by invitation only, in order to preserve confidentiality of cases worked, subcommittee participation is open to the community. Task force subcommittees include: training, victim services, labor trafficking and LGBTQ.
The mission of the Cook County Human Trafficking Task Force is to:
The Cook County Human Trafficking Task Force envisions:
To report a tip, or get help, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at
The 9th Annual Cook County Human Trafficking Task Force Conference
Our next conference will take place on August 7 - 9, 2019. Tickets are available until August 1!
View our agenda and get tickets here.
Do You Provide Direct Services? Join Our Network of Trained Providers!
Participate in our two-day Coordinated Service Referral Network Training on June 13 and 14, 2019. Register here.
What's In Store for 2019?
Take a look at our goals here.
The Cook County Enhanced Collaborative Model to Combat Human Trafficking Task Force is co-led by the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Illinois, and The Salvation Army Trafficking Outreach Program and Intervention Techniques (STOP-IT). By bringing together various law enforcement and nongovernmental agencies, the Task Force works to identify and combat human trafficking in Cook County and the surrounding areas.