In late 2014, the legislature passed into law the Human Trafficking Commission Act which created the Michigan Human Trafficking Commission within the Department of Attorney General. In early 2015, the Governor made initial appointments of the 14 members and in early 2015 the Commission began their work.
The Commission is comprised of 14 members; 5 of which are un-termed agency designees (Governor, Attorney General, Michigan State Police, Department of Health and Human Services, and Licensing and Regulatory Affairs) and the remaining 9 are 2-year term appointments.
The Michigan Human Trafficking Commission is housed in the Department of Attorney General.
For more information, please send inquiries to:Michigan Human Trafficking Commission
The Michigan Human Traficking Commission invites all Michigan residents to join the fight against human trafficking.
Spend some time on our webpage to learn how to identify and report human trafficking and sign up here to receive updates from the Human Trafficking Commission's Public Awareness Program.
The links to the training resources contained here are for informational purposes only. The content of training provided here, including any opinions or points of view, are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official position or policies of the Michigan Human Trafficking Commission, its members, Attorney General Dana Nessel, or the Michigan Department of Attorney General.