PGCHTTF Committees

Labor Trafficking

Chair: Ambassador Susan Esserman, ESQ. (UMD Safe Center)

The goal of the Labor Trafficking Committee is to create a multi-agency response to incidents of labor trafficking exploitation by: identifying all possible labor trafficking industries; identifying and supporting continued labor trafficking education; and developing content on labor trafficking.

Law Enforcement

Chair: Capt. David Robinson (Prince George's County Police Department)

The goal of the Law Enforcement Committee is to collaborate with all law enforcement entities to share information on human trafficking activity.


Chair: Caroline Ackerman, Esq. (Amara Legal Center)

The goal of the Legislative Committee is to remain knowledgeable of County and State legislation in order to align legislative priorities that supports and protects victims of human trafficking and enhances the prosecution of traffickers and buyers/consumers.

Public Outreach and Training


  • Caitlin Mohler (Prince George's County Office of Human Rights) 
  • Det. Tony Hill (Prince George's County Police Department)

The goal of the Public Awareness and Outreach Committee is to create, design, and implement public outreach opportunities about human trafficking including educating citizens, public/private entities, schools, faith-based communities, etc., and providing training to front-line responders and human trafficking stakeholders.

Victim Services

Chair: Jatnna Gomez, LBSW (UMD Safe Center) 

The goals of the Victim Services Committee include: establishing a full-service facility or network of facilities and services based in the County to house victim-survivors of all forms of human trafficking on both short- and long-term bases; maintaining an updated crisis intervention protocol to effectively serve victim-survivors; and review and determine the appropriateness of government services for victim-survivors.