Guam - The Blue House case is an example of how human trafficking is here and it's happening. At today's University of Guam forum hosted by the government public information class, U.S. Attorney Alicia Limtiaco asked that all be informed and ready to report.

She said, "Many of us in law enforcement will repeatedly say human trafficking is not an issue that we can do by ourselves it requires the eyes and ears of everyone on the ground, because everyone becomes a first responder."

Human trafficking can be domestic happening within our boundaries as well as international. Limtiaco adds that we're addressing these issues as a Pacific community and will extend efforts as far out to Australia, American Samoa, and other island neighbors.