Detective Heidi Chance has been an officer with the Phoenix Police Department for over 22 years and a Detective in the H.E.A.T (Human Exploitation and Trafficking) Unit for 11 years. Detective Chance works with the HEAT unit in identifying and rescuing juveniles and adults who are victims of sex trafficking. She has extensive training in forensic interviews of children, identifying abuse and neglect, protecting children online and working with victims of sex trafficking and performing as an undercover officer. Detective Chance presents frequently for Phoenix Police Department as a subject matter expert to community groups, Department of Child Safety, probation, hospital staff, the police academy as well as other nationally recognized conferences such as the International Narcotics Interdiction Association, Arizona Narcotics Officers Association, and Arizona Womens Initiative Network. Since 2014, she often travels across the United States teaching other law enforcement agencies for Fox Valley Technical College. She is also featured in the Frontline PBS documentary "Sex Trafficking in America".