Safe Harbor Protocol Guidelines
Every community is different, and the way in which sex trafficking and sexual exploitation occur at the local level varies from community to community. An effective multidisciplinary systems response recognizes these differences, and leverages the resources, partnerships, culture, and population of each community to ensure that victims are identified and receive the services and support they need.
The Safe Harbor Protocol Guidelines are a comprehensive, multidisciplinary tool for communities who want to improve the way systems (such as advocacy, social services, law enforcement, health care, and prosecution) work together to become a “No Wrong Door” community.
In order to access the protocol guidelines, you will need to complete a brief survey and watch an introductory webinar on the development of Safe Harbor protocols. Please note that there will be a link at the end of the video that will take you to the Safe Harbor Protocol Guidelines. Click here to begin.