Kaitlyn Salinas

Kaitlyn Salinas

Kaitlyn Salinas

Assistant Attorney General, Georgia Attorney General’s Office


Kaitlyn Salinas is an Assistant Attorney General serving in the Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit of the Georgia Attorney General’s Office. She prosecutes sex trafficking of minors, sex trafficking of adults, and labor trafficking. Kaitlyn graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia and cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law where she was a School of Law Merit Scholarship Recipient. During her time at the University of Georgia, she volunteered with Prevent Child Abuse America. In law school, she participated in Moot Court and the Prosecutorial Justice Program.

Before joining the Attorney General’s Office, Kaitlyn worked as an Assistant District Attorney in the Douglas Judicial Circuit where she prosecuted felony cases ranging from drug trafficking to burglary. In her current role, Kaitlyn has obtained convictions on over a dozen human trafficking cases. Most recently she obtained a guilty verdict after a trial by jury which resulted in a 70-year sentence of the sex trafficker. Currently she is serving as the prosecution division’s attorney training coordinator and as co-coordinator on the Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force’s Work Group Five, a project of the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.

Kaitlyn is certified in Georgia Child First and has also obtained Georgia Gang Investigator Association’s (GGIA) basic street gang investigator certification, as well as GGIA’s human trafficking investigator certification. She has trained various law enforcement agencies and presented to local citizens on the topic of human sex trafficking.