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Daniel Jay Cameron is the 51st Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. He is the first African American independently elected to statewide office in Kentucky's history.
Attorney General Cameron leads approximately 200 employees in four offices across the state. As the chief law enforcement officer for the Commonwealth, he is committed to defending the laws of the Commonwealth, protecting Kentuckians, fighting the drug epidemic, and being a voice for the voiceless, including victims of child abuse and human trafficking.
Under Cameron's leadership, the Office of Trafficking and Abuse Prevention and Prosecution together with the Department of Criminal Investigations work hard to investigate and prosecute those who engage in human trafficking. The office also works closely with local law enforcement, non-profit organizations, and community leaders to stop trafficking before it starts.
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To learn more about Attorney General Cameron’s efforts to end human trafficking in the Commonwealth or to schedule a human trafficking community training event, contact Heather Wagers, Executive Director of the Attorney General’s Office of Trafficking and Abuse Prevention and Prosecution (TAPP).
Phone: (502) 696-5436YourEyesSaveLives@ky.gov
This project was supported, in whole or in part, by grant number 2020-CK-WX-0026 awarded to the Kentucky Office of the Attorney General by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.