FullSizeRender-3Dr. Kimberly Mehlman-Orozco is an accomplished survey methodologist, research scientist, and quantitative & qualitative consultant on issues related to human trafficking. She is one of the few researchers with a background to qualify as an expert witness and subject matter expert on human trafficking in criminal and civil court. Her work is published in books, peer reviewed journals, magazines, and news outlets. She has served as a peer reviewer for human trafficking publications and taught human trafficking material at the #1 ranked criminology school in the country, University of Maryland College Park.

Dr. Mehlman-Orozco’s academic accomplishments include:

• Conducting over 2,000 qualitative interviews with human traffickers and victims.

• Conducting systematic social observations of human trafficking within the carpet and textile industry in Jaipur, India, which will be featured in her forthcoming book.

• Performing interrupted pooled time series analysis on the efficacy of safe harbor anti human trafficking policies, which was published in the “Journal of Social Inclusion.” Vetted by Harvard University human trafficking expert Siddarth Kara.

• Identifying geographic patterns of human trafficking prevalence through online advertisements for services. Dr. Mehlman-Orozco has trained both federal and local level law enforcement agents on this methodology, which is currently used as an investigative tool.

• Peer reviewing sex trafficking research published in the Journal of Human Trafficking and the American Journal of Evaluation.

• Serving as the data collection sub committee chair for the Greater Prince William County Human Trafficking Task Force and a member of the Prince George’s County Human Trafficking Task Force.

• Serving as a human trafficking expert witness on multiple criminal cases, for both prosecution and defense.

• Dr. Mehlman-Orozco currently serves as CEO of Break the Chain and Executive Director of Freedom Light

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  1. Dr. Mehlman-Orozco
    Two questions. First, would you happen to have a syllabus for a human trafficking course? Second, what would you charge, if anything, to speak at the April 2018 Alabama Gang Investigators Conference?

    Many thanks.

  2. Greetings Dr. Melhann Orozco,
    I am a teacher in Prince George’s County Schools in Maryland and I would like to know if you speak to high schoolers regarding this modern slavery? I have been teaching my students for the past month on how modern day slavery has effected the economy of America. Such as sugar, chocolate, clothing and produce along with other industries. Your expertise in this horrible industry would bring the reality of how to be proactive to be aware and to assist in helping others in would be above and beyond helpful.

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