In an effort to combat human trafficking in Southeast Michigan the DCC partners with law enforcement and private entities to investigate potential human trafficking rings and assist law enforcement in disrupting these rings.
Utilizing the sources and methods of the DCC ThreatIQ program, analysts provide a variety of intelligence related products and support in an effort to promote public safety in Southeast Michigan.
Created by the DCC, safeguard is a public-private partnership that provides funding for the temporary housing and the safe movement of witnesses of violent acts until they can testify in court.
Nuisance Abatement Program
Initially, started at the end of 2011, the DCC’s nuisance abatement program was created to fill an enforcement void in the city by bringing private citizens and pro-bono attorneys together to file “private” nuisance abatement civil suits.
Started in 2012, enough said (Enough Sexual Assault in Detroit) Formally known as the Detroit rape kit initiative is a partnership between Wayne County prosecutors office, the Detroit police department, and Sorensen labs to get more than 11,000 rape kits tested.
Since being founded in 2011, the DCC has been involved in multiple initiatives and partnerships seeking to improve public safety as well as prevent, investigate and prosecute crime.