Identifying victims of human trafficking with international Attorneys General

In collaboration with CWAG (Conference of Western Attorneys General) and the Alliance Partnership, Trust Stamp has built a consortium Identity Lake shared between the Attorneys General of New Mexico and Guanajuato, Mexico. Using Trust Stamp’s Facial Matching and Hashing Technology, the two Attorneys General offices can share hashes related to human trafficking persons of interest. The Identity Lake is a proven method of cross jurisdictional, compliant data sharing.

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Upload Images

Participating Attorneys General batch upload images of possible victims of human trafficking

Create the IT2s

Images are hashed and discarded, and all IT2 are stored in the Consortium Lake across jurisdictions

Identify through Matching

IT2s are continually matched on a one- to-many basis to identify images originating from the same individual, regardless of time between uploads or locations

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