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Law Enforcement Agency & Outreach Liaison

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The Law Enforcement Agency & Outreach Liaison supports and is responsible for collecting and assessing information relevant to, and preparing and briefing reports to UNCHAINED’s leadership in support of counter-human trafficking efforts in the U.S. and overseas. This position reports to the Director of U.S. Operations.


Law Enforcement Agency Outreach and Engagement

Seek, develop, and maintain relationships with law enforcement agencies (LEA) at the local, regional, state and federal levels, particularly with departments, units and individuals whose responsibilities include counter-human trafficking efforts.

Manage, coordinate and lead LEA outreach and engagement efforts at the local, regional, and state levels.

Maintain a database with pertinent information of all LEA contacts and their positions, as well as contact logs for each.

LEA Training Oversight

Uses various methods and resources to research LEA human trafficking (HT) training for best-practices and lessons learned. Develops and administers (or facilitates administering) LEA HT training curriculum. Coordinates and schedules LEA HT training engagements to include: training forum and all pertinent engagement logistics.

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2300 W SAHARA AVE STE 800, LAS VEGAS, NV 89102, US

Mission Statement

Find and free slaves of human trafficking, disrupt the networks that control them, and educate our communities of the threat. Our Priority focus is children. One of the most sacred and basic human rights is the innocence of a child. We will rescue all slaves we find, but we focus our efforts on finding and freeing children, as well as educating communities and industries of how to identify and prevent the threat.


Our team is comprised of professionals with backgrounds in the military, law enforcement and intelligence communities. We have extensive knowledge and experience partnering and collaborating with multiple stakeholder agencies across various sectors, both domestic and international, to accomplish shared missions.

How we do it:

Sustained and scalable counter-human trafficking efforts that rescue victims and disrupts those benefitting from human trafficking, as well as building community defenses to the threat through education.

We have freed over 300 sex slaves in Latin America since 2017. We intend to expand to North America, partnering with local law enforcement, schools and universities, and industry to develop awareness through education and provide tools to prevent exploitation within our communities.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Emergency & Safety


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Product Development
  • Critical Thinking
  • Public Speaking
  • Relationship Building
  • Verbal / Written Communication




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • No less than 10 hours a week, with a 6-month commitment.
  • Strong analytical skills; very high attention to detail; complex/multi-faceted problem-solving skills; able to work independently; strong information security practitioner, and Microsoft Office Suite proficiency.

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