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Human Trafficking

INCASA is a partner in the Indiana Protection for Abuse and Trafficking Humans Task Force (IPATH), serving on the victim advocacy and outreach comittee.


IPATH stands for the Indiana Protection for Abused and Trafficked Humans Task Force, a statewide coalition of law enforcement, victim service providers, government departments, and many other community partners dedicated to combating human trafficking in Indiana. IPATH’s goals are to:
*Enhance law enforcement’s ability to identify and rescue victims,
*Provide resources and training to identify and rescue victims,
*Ensure comprehensive services are available for victims of trafficking.
Resources for education and outreach are available at and at
If you believe you may have encountered a human trafficking situation or a potential victim, please call the National Human Trafficking Hotline Number at 1-888-3737-888.

Many thanks to the great supporters of the Don’t Buy the Lie Campaign across Indianapolis during February:

Don't Buy The Lie

  • Claddagh Irish Pub
  • The Rathskeller
  • Howl at the Moon
  • Scotty’s Brewhouse
  • Ike & Jonesy’s
  • Ice Lounge
  • Alley Cat
  • Ball & Biscuit
  • Bartini’s Premier Martini Lounge
  • Basey’s Downtown Grill & Spirits
  • Big Daddy’s Bar & Grill
  • Blu Lounge
  • Cadillac Ranch- downtown and Castleton
  • Cloud 9 Bar & Grill
  • Living Room Lounge
  • MacNiven’s Restaurant & Bar
  • Mass Ave Pub
  • Metro Restaurant & Night Club
  • O’Reilly’s Irish Bar
  • Red Lion Grog House
  • Radio Radio
  • The Stadium Tavern
  • Subterra Lounge
  • Tru Nightclub
  • Wild Beaver Saloon – downtown and Broad Ripple
  • Landsharks
  • The Red Room
  • Vogue
  • Echeton Bar in Castleton

Special thanks to Patron Spirits Company with the anti-human trafficking campaign!

Missing and Exploited Children Booklet – 2012

Not All Fun and Games


Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Strategy and Operations e-Guide

Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Strategy and Operations e-Guide 

The Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Strategy and Operations e-Guide, developed by the Office for Victims of Crime and the Bureau of Justice Assistance, is a new e-learning tool providing:

  • Direction and development to form new anti-human trafficking Task Forces
  • Ideas to strengthen existing anti-human trafficking Task Forces
  • Creative strategies, examples, and lessons learned from existing Task Forces
  • Links to valued tools, trainings, and resources

If you have any questions or experience technical difficulties, please contact OVC TTAC at or 1-866-OVC-TTAC (1-866-682-8822).

Training and Technical Assistance Directory –