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Anti-Trafficking League Against Slavery (ATLAS) began as an initiative to combat human trafficking under the Office of the U.S. Attorney, District of Nevada, in 2004. Within the same year the Rescue and Restore Coalition program was initiated through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Because both programs were not formally established with full-time leadership and funding, efforts to combat human trafficking were hindered. The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance recognized the need for establishing formal task forces by providing grant funding; giving birth to the Southern Nevada Human Trafficking Task Force.
ATLAS is comprised of federal, state and local law enforcement, prosecutors, victim social services programs, community stakeholders and community supporters. The goals of the task force are to: increase public awareness, train to identify victims/situations of human trafficking, train to investigate and prosecute cases of human trafficking, rescue victims and prosecute traffickers.
The mission of ATLAS is to identify, rescue and restore victims of human trafficking and to prosecute traffickers in the State of Nevada.
Two coordinating members of ATLAS are the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and the Salvation Army Family Services in Las Vegas.
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