H.E.A.T.Watch – Stop Human Exploitation and Trafficking

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Policy Tools

H.E.A.T. Watch works with policy makers to engage them in creating anti-human trafficking laws that support victims, hold traffickers accountable, and support the programs working against this horrific crime. Below are some tools, resources, templates, and training examples that you can use in your own agency's response. Make sure to check back often for updated material and information. For programmatic support, email info@heatwatch.org.

If you plan to use specific H.E.A.T. Watch material, please credit the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office, H.E.A.T. Watch Program.

H.E.A.T. Watch Material




  • Human Trafficking 101 Master Presentation - Use this PowerPoint to assist you in developing your own training curriculum. The purpose of this template is to provide you with information that you can pick and choose as you see fit. This presentation includes background about the commercial sexual exploitation of children, myths & misconceptions, risk factors, statistics, and more (look in the "notes" section of the PowerPoint for talking points, sources, and links to external videos). (8.9MB)
  • Creating Successful Presentations - As you prepare or update your own presentations using PowerPoint, there are certain rules that you can utilize to optimize the audience's experience. Quickly review this how-to guide on creating powerful presentations about human trafficking, while utilizing Guy Kawasaki’s 10-20-30 Presentation Rule (0.7MB)

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This website is supported in part by Grant No.90ZV0092 awarded by the Rescue and Restore Victims of Human Trafficking Regional Program, Anti-Trafficking In Persons Division, Office of Refugee Resettlement/ACF, Department of Health and Human Services. The contents on this website are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS.