To combat human trafficking through preventative education and community partnerships.

Southwest Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking

The Southwest Florida Coalition Against Human Trafficking works with a large and growing number of area organizations that provide various direct services to survivors of human trafficking. The regional partner organizations meet every two months to learn more about some aspect of one another’s mission and work to prevent and combat human trafficking.


Regional Partners Zoom Meeting

All are invited to join us for the next Regional Partners Zoom meeting on Thursday, March 16th from Noon-1 PM! We welcome Betsy Moriarty from the FBI Tampa Field Office as our guest speaker on the topic of sextortion. Please see Betsy’s bio and presentation summary below, and join us on March 16th at noon (EST)

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Betsy Moriarty:

Community Outreach Specialist Betsy Moriarty graduated from the University of Tampa with a degree in Business Management. Prior to joining the FBI, she worked for twelve years at a local law firm serving as their marketing director and client relations coordinator. Ms. Moriarty joined the FBI Tampa Office in 2015 as an Operational Support Technician assigned to the Counterintelligence Squad. In 2017 she became a Forfeiture Paralegal Specialist who worked with the agents across the division and the US Attorney Office, Middle District of Florida helping coordinate forfeiture matter across the division. Since March 2020, Ms. Moriarty has been assigned as the Community Outreach Specialist for the 18 counties that the FBI Tampa Field Office serves. She is responsible for working with the public, local, federal, and state government agencies, community partners, community leaders and school districts.



“The goal of the SWFL Coalition Against Human Trafficking Survivor Support Grant is to aid a specific want or need of a survivor of human trafficking. The Coalition seeks to accomplish this goal by awarding grants to Coalition partner agencies who work directly with survivors.” 

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