Under the Collective Impact Framework, the CJCC provides a designated staff member whose vital headship role is to coordinate and monitor the work of the Georgia Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force by directing the development and implementation of the initiatives that are produced within it. This includes the full-time coordination of the 101 Task Force Members who have been designated as the “Authorized Representatives” of their respective agencies and organizations. As a multidisciplinary entity, the 53 agencies and organizations represented on the Task Force range from federal, state, and local government agencies, law enforcement, and judicial representatives - to victim service providers, NGOs, and advocacy groups— who work in partnership to reach the Task Force’s goal of addressing and combating exploitation in Georgia.
2017 Members on the Georgia Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force:
- 4Shadow Analytix
- Atlanta Police Department (APD)
- Blue Ridge Judicial Circuit District Attorney's Office
- Chevalier Advisory Services, LLC.
- Children's Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA)
- CHRIS 180
- Civil Lawyers Against World Sex Slavery (CLAWS)
- Cobb County District Attorney's Office
- DeKalb County District Attorney's Office
- Deloitte Consulting, LLP
- Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health
- Douglas Judicial Circuit District Attorney's Office
- ECPAT International
- Forgiven Much Ministries
- Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network (GAIN)
- Georgia Attorney General's Office
- Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI)
- Georgia Cares
- Georgia Center for Child Advocacy
- Georgia Commission on Women
- Georgia Department of Education (DOE)
- Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ)
- Georgia Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS)
- Georgia Public Service Commission
- Homeland Security Investigations (HSI)
- I Care 4 Inc.
- Issues Consulting
- JoyUs Beginnings CFWC, The Urban Trauma Positive Impact Center, LLC
- Law Office of Pamela Y. Robinson
- Marietta Police Department
- Mercer University
- Office of the Child Advocate for the Protection of Children (OCA)
- Open Arms, Inc.
- Out of Darkness
- Paramount Learning
- Prevent Child Abuse Georgia
- Prosecuting Attorney’s Council of Georgia (PAC)
- Rainbow House, Inc.
- Rescuing Hope, Inc.
- Salvation Army- Haven ATL
- Savannah Working Against Human Trafficking (SWAHT, Inc.)
- Someone Cares
- Street Grace
- Tabitha’s House
- Tapestri Inc.
- Twin Cedars Youth and Family Services
- U.S. Department of Labor – Office of Inspector General
- United Way of Greater Atlanta
- Wellspring Living
Partner Level Members: Public, private, civic, and non-profit organizations that are signatories to the Georgia Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force Memorandum of Agreement (MOA). As such, these entities receive, share, and/or contribute resources for projects that are directly aligned with achieving collective impact goals. As set forth in the MOA, the “Authorized Representatives” of these organizations shall be active members of Task Force Work Groups and the initiatives produced within them. With this level of membership, there is a 75% time commitment requirement of: 1) attending the monthly Work Group meetings, and 2) being an active and contributing member of that Work Group.
Affiliate Level Members: Public, private, civic, and non-profit organizations that are involved in programs or initiatives are affiliated with impacting some aspect of the human trafficking issue. These entities may elect to not have direct involvement with specific Task Force projects, though they pledge that their organization’s efforts will coordinate with and/or support the work of the Task Force; and are committing to attending the Task Force Quarterly meetings four times/year to stay abreast of the Task Force initiatives. However, if an Affiliate Level Member does indeed make the commitment to become involved with a specific Work Group, it is requested that they be an active and contributing member of that Work Group initiative.
Work Group Members’ Responsibilities:
Work Group Members will serve as the “Authorized Representative” on behalf of their agency/organization
Work Group Members will attend and actively participate in monthly Work Group meetings— specifically, contributing in some capacity to all phases of the initiative (i.e. project planning, development, and implementation).
Work Group Members will attend the Quarterly Task Force meetings on behalf of their Work Group
As the “Authorized Representative,” Work Group Members will keep their agency/organization aware of the Task Force initiatives
Benefits of Active Involvement as a Work Group Member on the Task Force:
Learning and exchanging good practices
Supporting your agency/organization’s mission
Access to professional development experiences and opportunities for staff
Networking and peer-to-peer support
Increased organizational prestige by participating in a well-designed and organized collective impact partnership
Satisfaction of funder mandate to “collaborate” or “partner” with organizations in the field
Increased knowledge of and/or access to human trafficking-specific resources
Strategic support from CJCC regarding training opportunities, connection to key partners in the field, etc.
Access to the Task Force’s performance and outcome information (i.e. the Task Force’s Annual Report)
Instructions to Apply for 2017 Membership
The Georgia Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force will be holding an open enrollment period to apply for 2017 membership from Monday, October 3, 2016 to Monday, November 7, 2016 where applications will be instructed to proceed with the directions below.
If you would like to apply for 2017 membership as a NEW MEMBER, you may download either the Partner-level or Affiliate-level applications listed below. Please fill out the application of your desired level of membership and MAIL the ORIGINAL COPY to:
Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
Attn: Michelle Anderson
104 Marietta Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30303-2743
If you have any questions, you can contact Michelle Anderson at: Michelle.Anderson@cjcc.ga.gov or directly at: 404-657-1962.
Please note: All completed applications for new members must be received by mail with the original signatures. CJCC will not accept incomplete, scanned, or faxed applications for new members.
*As a reminder to all CURRENT 2016 Partner and Affiliate level members: If you would like to RENEW your 2016 membership for the upcoming 2017 year, you are only required to submit the "Official Statement of Re-Enrollment" document (attached below). This re-enrollment document can be submitted via email to: Michelle Anderson at Michelle.Anderson@cjcc.ga.gov and must be received by Monday, November 7, 2016.