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Recognizing key indicators of human trafficking is the first step in identifying victims and can help save a life. Here are some common indicators to help you recognize human trafficking happening to you, a friend, or someone in your community::
Does this person seem disconnected from family, friends, community, organizations, or worship?
First.... Never engage a Trafficker or Victim by yourself.
If, it is safe, write down the description of the trafficker and victim.
Here are some suggestions for what to say to a friend or someone you suspect may be in a trafficking situation:
What do you think is happening?
If this is an emergency or someone is in danger, dial 911 and say, "I suspect Trafficking".
National Human Trafficking Hotline Number is 1-888-373-7888
- You will be given a Case Number so you can add any new information to the file.
- This number is for Reporting tips and for Survivors who are needing assistance.
Remember, if you suspect - report. You may be the one person to save a life.
Hi, I'm calling to report a tip about Trafficking in my community.