Trafficking In Persons Report 2011

The Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report is a tool used by the U.S. Government to engage foreign governments on human trafficking.  This comprehensive tool is used worldwide to examine where resources are most needed.  The goals set in the development of this report are ultimately for rescue of victims, prevention, and justice.  The 2011 report includes rankings of 184 countries, including the U.S., rating how well they have demonstrated their commitment to reach these goals.

Click here to access the 2011 TIP Report