The average American would not recognize a trafficked victim. Would you? Click on the link below to contact us about attending a trafficking awareness training.
Attend a trafficking awareness training to learn the facts. Having basic knowledge of how human trafficking works and what to watch for makes the difference between a victim and a survivor.
Know the basics…
- Signs of fear, withdrawn, or depressed.
- Has bruises, cuts, looks malnourished or drug/alcohol abuse.
- Is sexually exploited in strip clubs, spas, or pornography?
- Performs sexual acts as part of employment?
- Minor engaged in sex acts, “Dating” an older or controlling person?
- Has hotel keys, branding tattoos of names or symbols?
- A “handler”; a person who is in charge of someone, Guards or video cameras?
Questions to ask them?
- Are you being hurt, abused or drugged?
- Can you leave if you want to?
- Do you get to see your family and friends?
- Is someone keeping money from you?
- Do you control your money?
- Do you control what and when you eat?
- Are you fearful of your employer?
- Have you or someone you know been threatened?
- Are you allowed to have your own identification or travel documents?
Awareness brings stability and safety to your business and the community around you. Let your patrons know you care about them and your neighborhood.
Do you own or manage a business? You may have trafficked victims coming through your doors and not even know it. Hold a training for your employees to educated them on how to recognize a victim, what to do and/or what to say.
Does your employer know about human trafficking? Encourage your manager to hold a training for their employees about human trafficking.
Contact us to schedule an awareness training today.
Educate your school-
Do you know that the target age a trafficker looks for is a 12yr old? That is a 7th grader. Bring awareness to your school. Educate teachers, counselors and kids on what to watch for and simple ways on how they can recognize a trafficker. Help your faculty to protect your children and help your children protect themselves and their friends by knowing the signs.
Educate your Community-
When a community comes together change can happen. Awareness is the key to prevention! Let traffickers know that your community is educated and aware of human trafficking. Contact us to host a community awareness evening at your local town hall, community club house or the favorite coffee spot…get the word out and educate your neighborhood.