Human Trafficking in the U.S.A. Make America safe again

What is Human Trafficking?

Human trafficking is the trade of humans by force its a modern day version of slavery. Human trafficking can occur within a country or trans-nationally.

4-types of Trafficking
  • Federal anti-trafficking task forces open 2,500 suspected cases of human trafficking a year at least
  • 82% of suspected incidents were classified as sex trafficking and nearly half of these involved victims under the age of 18.--
  • Approximately 10% of the incidents were classified as labor trafficking.--
Human trafficking victims have no say

How To Identify A Human Trafficking Victim

  • Seems anxious, fearful or paranoid. Avoids eye contact.
  • Tearfulness or signs of depression.Unexplained bruises or cuts or other signs of physical abuse.
  • Appears to be in a relationship with someone who is dominating.
  • Never is alone and/or always has someone translating or answering questions on their behalf.
  • Not in control of their own finances.Presents with secrecy or unable to answer questions about where they live.
  • -Inconsistent details when telling their story.Has no identification such as a license, passport or other ID documents.Inability to leave their job or residence.
  • Says they cannot schedule appointments.Being a recent arrival to the United States and does not speak English.

Human Trafficking help hotline- 1 (888) 373-7888

Human Trafficking is a modern day of slavery
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