To learn the indicators of human trafficking
and how you can report it, take our
general awareness training.
Human traffickers rely on businesses to sustain trafficking operations. The travel, entertainment, manufacturing, and hotel industries, among others, are used by traffickers to transport, market and exploit their victims. As a private sector employer or employee, find out what you can do to help fight human trafficking.
- View the Blue Campaign Toolkit and read Secretary Napolitano's message to businesses. You will also be able to download the Toolkit and forward it to your employees, colleagues, or industry association members to help raise awareness about human trafficking and the Department's resources.
- Take 5 minutes over a cup of coffee with your family, friends or colleagues to learn about Human Trafficking and what you can do to help stop it. Take the Human Trafficking "Coffee Break" Training (PDF, 1 page - 250 KB)
- Report your suspicions to law enforcement: Call 1-866-347-2423, open 24 hours a day
- Contact the National Human Trafficking Resource Center to report suspected trafficking or to request more information.
- Take the UN.GIFT’s eLearning course, Human Trafficking and Business, for business leaders, managers, and employees of private companies.
- Learn the signs of human trafficking.
- Learn how your business or organization can partner with the Department/ICE through Project STAMP: Smuggler and Trafficker Assets, Monies and Proceeds
- Learn about workers' rights in the U.S.
- Be a conscientious consumer as you make purchases for your business. Refer to the Department of Labor's List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor. (PDF - 194 pages, 3.30 MB)
- Display awareness posters
- Print and distribute victim assistance materials. Remember to be discreet to ensure your safety and the safety of victims, and contact a service provider or law enforcement, as warranted.
- Find a local Rescue and Restore Coalition (HHS)
- Find a local OVC-funded grantee program to help victims of trafficking (DOJ)
- Find a local service provider with experience working with immigrant victims of human trafficking and other violent crimes
- Join the Human Trafficking Group on OurBorder.