Trafficking Justice | Lakeville, MN 55044
Trafficking Justice

Click here for videos from Freedom Weekend 2018​



The roots behind sex trafficking and exploitation. Watch Benjamin Nolots speech before the UN.​


You can now give tax deductible contributions directly to Trafficking Justice!!

To contribute by check, make your check payable to "Trafficking Justice" and send to the following address: 
Trafficking Justice, PO Box 241376, Apple Valley, MN 55124


In their own words....See what child predators say about their methods of grooming and recruiting child victims,and what parents can do to stop them.

  Two Child Sex Offenders Explain How They Picked Their Targets


Who we are:

Trafficking Justice is a group comprised of churches, faith based organizations, and individuals that come together to fight for freedom. 

    We do this by:
    • Bringing awareness to trafficking.
     • Providing educational events for the community. 
     • Supporting prevention and restoration organizations in practical ways. 
     • Engaging in domestic and international efforts through mission trips. 
    • Highlighting events at area churches and organizations - See below.

Contact Us
Trafficking Justice

"Regard prisoners as if you were in prison with them. Look on victims of abuse as if what happened to them had happened to you." Hebrews 13:3 The MSG

Text: BeFree 

Are you or is someone you know dealing with sexting/sextortion, engaging in prostitution/sex trafficking, or manipulative relationships? Contact us and we'll connect you to resources to help you. 

National Human Trafficking hotline to get help 
or report tips
Call: 888-373-7888

And call your local police department.

Visit our Resources page for more support.
Trafficking Justice Monthly Training | Tuesday May 8th (2nd Tuesday of Every Month)
7:00-8:30 pm l Faith Covenant Church, Classroom A, 12921 Nicollet Ave, Burnsville, Minnesota 55337

"Prevention for the Most Vulnerable"

Jesus words in Matthew 25 challenge us to love and serve the most needy and vulnerable in 
our communities. For as we serve and love them, we serve and love him. What groups of people are at 
the most risk to predators and abusers? Join us as we discuss the situations of highly vulnerable youth 
populations, and what we can do to help prevent them from being exploited or trafficked. Keith Lokkesmoe, 
Executive Director of Trafficking Justice, will discuss interviews and advice on this topic with experts in 
this area. Come join the discussion and meet others on the justice journey.  

For more information, please email Keith at ​