The Human Trafficking Activity Monitoring Committee for the West Virginia Human Trafficking and Civil Rights Task Force is currently developing a statewide system for identification and monitoring human trafficking.

According to WVU School of Medicine’s website, the committee is also generating the first ever estimates of all human trafficking subtypes in our state, which will optimize anti-trafficking initiatives and measure their impact.


"We’re actively working on having numbers, but really we are, at best, only going to have estimates," said Patrick Kerr, chair for the Human Trafficking Activity Monitoring Committee and associate professor at West Virginia University’s health sciences Charleston campus.

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