"Get Together"* A Call for Partnership to Battle Human Trafficking Last week I was able to attend the roll-out of a new report by the leader in anti-human trafficking, Polaris. The report, “On-Ramps, Intersections, and Exit Routes: A Roadmap for Systems and Industries to Prevent and Disrupt Human Trafficking” is the sequel to their last report on trafficking typologies. The new report, according to CEO Bradley Myles, covers the intersections of the previous posted typologies. Myles offered that there have been great strides in the efforts of the private sector over the past few years but as this new information clearly shows, there are still many unwitting partners in both the private and public sectors that enable trafficking to be still profitable and possible. He is right of course, but I would add that the dramatic proactive work of the financial sector in the AML community is not as well-known beyond the folks of Polaris.