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H.E.A.T. Watch – Stop Human Exploitation and Trafficking

Alameda County H.E.A.T. Watch Tip Line:
Office of the District Attorney, Alameda County
Nancy E. O'Malley, District Attorney

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There is no such thing
as a child prostitute

Learn about our new app
to help stop human trafficking


Do you know who is
cleaning your room?

Human Trafficking Hides in Plain Sight

What do you know about human trafficking?
Think it only happens in other countries?

83% of all confirmed sex-trafficking victims in the United States are from the United States.

What can you do?

It takes a village to rescue a child and prosecute a trafficker – Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O’Malley.

We need to work together as a community, as a nation, to stop this epidemic of modern-day slavery. Only by educating ourselves, pooling our resources and reaching out to victims can we make a difference.


The mission of H.E.A.T. Watch is to develop an effective, comprehensive, collaborative and regional response to human trafficking of all forms; to provide tools, education and community engagement to change societal, legal and institutional approaches; and to support victims and hold their offenders accountable.

What We Do

H.E.A.T. Watch is a five point program designed to combat human trafficking by raising community awareness, training law enforcement, prosecuting offenders, coordinating victim services, and changing legislative policy.



San Francisco Arts Commission Galleries presents The Retrieval by Oakland based artist Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle.

February 16-April 7, 2018, at the San Francisco War Memorial Veteran's Building. Download the announcement.

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March 17, 2018, 2-4pm

Human Trafficking Happens in California - learn more from a panel of experts at the Castro Valley Library. Flyer

San Francisco Collaborative Against Human Trafficking Teen Writing Contest 2018. Download Application