This webpage contains information on the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Human Trafficking program. "Under the human trafficking program, the Bureau investigates matters where a person was induced to engage in commercial sex acts through force, fraud, or coercion, or to perform any labor or service through force, coercion, or threat of law or legal process. Typically, human trafficking cases fall under the following investigative areas: Domestic Sex Trafficking of Adults: When persons are compelled to engage in commercial sex acts through means of force, fraud, and/or coercion; Sex Trafficking of International Adults and Children: When foreign nationals, both adult and juveniles, are compelled to engage in commercial sex acts with a nexus to the United States through force, fraud, and/or coercion[...]; Forced Labor: When persons, domestic or foreign nationals, are compelled to work in some service or industry through force or coercion; [and] Domestic Servitude: When persons, domestic or foreign nationals, are compelled to engage in domestic work for families or households, through means of force or coercion." The page includes information on Human Trafficking Task Forces; the Trafficking Victims Protection Act; FBI human Trafficking investigations; and additional links and resources.
United States Federal Bureau of Investigation: http://www.fbi.gov