2017 | U.S. Government Accountability Office

This report focuses on federal efforts to address human trafficking in Indian country or of Native Americans regardless of location. We will issue a second report later this year that will include perspectives from tribal and local law enforcement agencies and victim service providers on human trafficking in Indian country or of Native Americans regardless of location. Specifically, this report addresses the following questions:

(1) To what extent do federal agencies collect and maintain data on investigations and prosecutions of human trafficking in Indian country or of Native Americans regardless of location?

2) To what extent are federal grant programs available to help address human trafficking in Indian country or of Native Americans regardless of location, and how many Native American trafficking victims have received assistance through these programs?