Apparently they're a little slow in California.
The Riverside County District Attorney's Office's has established an Organized Crime Unit to target the Mexican cartels as reported by Joe Galli for KESQ:
"The cartels are bringing narcotics into Riverside County at record levels, but I think they are morphing into human trafficking, and they are realizing that they can make money in the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world, which is human trafficking," said Riverside County District Attorney, Mike Hestrin.
And Riverside County only recently has recognized the cartel problem in forming its task force? Better to respond late than never.