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Human Trafficking has become a great threat to our modern world. One of the greatest and far more overlooked causes for this heinous act is simply the lack of understanding and documentation. We are here to provide you with the needed resources to start your case and report incidents before it can manifest and spread. The key is in action. If nothing is ever said or brought to someone's attention there is only so much that can be done. #ACTNow
Knowledge is Power. Know Where to Start.
Call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888 to get help, report a tip, and learn more by requesting training and resources.
Or Visit online: https://www.state.gov/domestic-trafficking-hotlines/
Call federal law enforcement directly to report suspected human trafficking activity and get help: US Dept. of Homeland Security at 1-866-347-2423 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year, or submit a tip online at https://www.ice.gov/tips.
Call 1-866-487-9243 (US Dept. of Labor) for cases where labor exploitation may be present but does not rise to the threshold of trafficking
Report suspected child prostitution activity to the CyberTipline at https://report.cybertip.org/
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Know you are never alone. We have created a list of other phenomenal causes that may have the needed resources you desire.
Operation Underground Railroad. (2020). Know the Signs of Human Trafficking.
What Trafficking in America Looks Like. O.U.R. Blog.
For more information on statistics from Polaris and FAQs, see the link below
Polaris. (2019). Myths, Facts, and Statistics. Polaris Project.
Thorn, & Bouche, V. (2018). Survivor Insights: The Role of Technology in Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking. Thorn.
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. (2018). Global Report on Trafficking in Persons. UNODC.
"Child sex trafficking is the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, obtaining, or advertising of a minor child for the purpose of a commercial sex act, which involves the exchange of anything of value – such as money, drugs or a place to stay – for sexual activity."
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"Trafficking cases present difficult challenges for the criminal justice system. For example, victims may be dealing with serious trauma related to domestic violence and sexual assault and reluctant to participate in prosecutions. Further, many adult or child victims of human trafficking are arrested and brought to court as defendants on prostitution-related charges. In the court system, we have established ongoing programs to educate our judges and court personnel about the complex dynamics involved in these situations. As Chief Judge, I also recognize that the courts may be uniquely positioned to intervene with trafficking victims, and our long experience with programs for domestic violence victims has taught us a great deal that could be helpful in that regard. We have already begun to explore approaches and collaborations focused on victims of trafficking."
Click on the link provided for the Lawyer’s Manual on Human Trafficking.
New York Locals; Please use the link provided for "Assistance for Victims of Human Trafficking".