One of TAT’s most effective strategies in the fight against human trafficking is the Iowa Motor Vehicle Enforcement model (Iowa MVE), created by Chief Lorenzen, to activate state agencies in combatting human trafficking. Given the remarkable success of this model, coupled with our coalition builds, and a series of legislative changes, TAT seeks to partner with interested states on a series of state-based initiatives (SBI) outlined below.
There are six key components of the SBI that governors and/or government agencies can easily implement to quickly make a difference including:
Interested agencies can expand the impact of the SBI by adding other proven strategies including:
To support governors and government agencies in this effort, TAT can:
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