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Blue Campaign Resource Catalog

Posters

Hang these posters to raise victim and public awareness. Posters are available in the following sizes: 8.5x11, 11x17, 22x28, and 36x48.

 

Blue Campaign Sex Trafficking Awareness Poster   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Sex Trafficking Awareness Poster”. This poster describes sex trafficking, a form of human trafficking, and encourages the public to learn more about what they can do to help stop this crime. To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

Blue Campaign Forced Labor Awareness Poster

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Forced Labor Awareness Poster”. This poster describes forced labor, a form of human trafficking, and encourages the public to learn more about what they can do to help stop this crime. To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

Blue Campaign Domestic Servitude Awareness Poster

“Domestic Servitude Awareness Poster”. This poster describes domestic servitude, a form of human trafficking where the victim is held against their will and forced to perform household duties. The poster encourages the public to learn more about what they can do to help stop this crime. To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

Blue Campaign I Speak Poster

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“I Speak poster”. This "I Speak" poster assists literate individuals who are not proficient in English to identify a preferred language. This poster contains more than 60 languages. Law enforcement officers and others can show the poster to potential victims of human trafficking; the victims can obtain assistance from the Homeland Security Investigations Tip line that is available 24 hours a day with language capability in over 300 languages and dialects. To download in English, please click here.

 

Indicator Cards

Distribute these plastic indicator cards to law enforcement, first responders, or others likely to encounter potential victims of human trafficking.

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“Indicator Cards” (ICE2). This plastic, 3.5"x2’’ card fits in a wallet, pocket, or glove compartment to keep as a handy reference material. The card explains the difference between trafficking and smuggling, lists a dozen common indicators of trafficking, and provides information on how to report suspected trafficking. Available in English, Arabic, Bengali, Burmese, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), French, Indonesian, Khmer, Korean, Lao, Malay, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Thai, and Vietnamese. To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

Human Trafficking Indicators for Firefighters and EMTsHuman Trafficking Indicators for Firefighters and EMTs

“First Responder Indicator Cards”.  This plastic, 3.5"x2’’ card fits in a wallet, pocket, or glove compartment to keep as a handy reference for first responders.  The card explains human trafficking, details the classical presentations found in trafficking victims, lists several common indicators of trafficking, and provides information on how to report suspected trafficking.  To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

Pamphlets

Provide these pamphlets for information on human trafficking and related DHS services and programs.

Blue Campaign Informational Pamphlet

“Blue Campaign Informational Pamphlet”. This pamphlet provides an overview of the DHS Blue Campaign and how you can get involved. To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

Victim Identification Pamphlet for Law Enforcement, First Responders, and Health Professionals

“Victim Identification Pamphlet for Law Enforcement, First Responders, and Health Professionals”. This pamphlet provides information for law enforcement, first responders and healthcare professionals on how to recognize the signs of human trafficking, how to report suspected trafficking, and how they can collaborate with experts in their area. To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

Victim Support Pamphlet for Law Enforcement

“Victim Support Pamphlet for Law Enforcement”. This pamphlet provides information for law enforcement, first responders and healthcare professionals on how to enable effective investigations through victim support, how to work with victims to address their needs, and how to access immigration relief for noncitizen victims. To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

Victim Identification Pamphlet for NGOs, Faith-based and Community Groups, and General Public

“Victim Identification Pamphlet for NGOs, Faith-based and Community Groups, and General Public”. This pamphlet provides information for nongovernmental, faith based and neighborhood organizations on how to recognize the signs of human trafficking, how to report suspected trafficking, and how to spread the word and enhance awareness. To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

Victim Supoort Pamphlet for NGOs, Faith-based and Community Groups

“Victim Support Pamphlet for NGOs, Faith-based and Community Groups”. This pamphlet provides information for nongovernmental, faith based and neighborhood organizations on how to work with victims to address their needs, and how to access Federal services for victims, including immigration relief for noncitizen victims. To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

What Can You Do? Judical Pamphlet

“What Can You Do? Judical Pamphlet”. This pamphlet provides information for members of the judicial system, including judges and lawyers, on how to recognize the signs of human trafficking, and support victims in the courtroom. To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

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"Human Trafficking Indicators Pamphlet" (ICE3). This ICE pamphlet raises awareness on the issue of human trafficking, explains the difference between trafficking and smuggling, and outlines human trafficking indicators. The pamphlet also gives an overview of ICE’s role in combating human trafficking. Available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

Continued Presence

"Continued Presence Pamphlet" (ICE4). This ICE pamphlet explains Continued Presence – a temporary immigration status provided to individuals identified by law enforcement as victims of human trafficking. This status allows victims who are potential witnesses to remain in the U.S. temporarily during the ongoing investigation into the crimes committed against them. The pamphlet includes information on how to request Continued Presence, who authorizes it, useful facts, and eligibility requirements. To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

Law Enforcement Resources

Law enforcement professionals can refer to these resources for questions on human trafficking, victims, and immigration relief. 

Immigration Relief for Victims of Human Trafficking and Other Crimes

“Immigration Relief for Victims of Human Trafficking and Other Crimes”.  This two-page fact sheet informs law enforcement officials and answers frequently asked questions on the immigration relief options for victims of human trafficking and other crimes through DHS (ICE and USCIS). The sheet covers Continued Presence and U and T visas. To download in English, please click here.

 

T and U visa Frequently Asked Questions for Law Enforcement Officials
 
“U Visa Law Enforcement Certification Resource Guide”. This resource guide provides law enforcement officials with guidance on certifications for U nonimmigrant status (U visas). To download in English, please click here.

 

Shoe Cards

Distribute these small, three-piece plastic cards to potential victims to take and hide easily for later reference. 

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"Shoe Cards." This 3.5x2 plastic card, which breaks into three smaller cards, is designed to give victims portable and discreet access to the 24-hour National Human Trafficking Resource Center. The smallest card contains only the text, “CALL TOLL-FREE, 24 HOURS: 1-888-373-7888 or text HELP to 233733.” The largest lists five indicator questions and explains that victims have rights in the U.S. regardless of immigration status. Awareness themes include sex trafficking, forced labor, and domestic servitude. Available in English and Spanish. Special orders may also be placed for Arabic, Bengali, Burmese, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), French, French Creole, Hindi, Indonesian, Khmer, Korean, Laotian, Malay, Portuguese, Russian, Thai, and Vietnamese cards. To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

Tear Cards

Have these pads of paper cards available for distribution to potential victims and vulnerable populations.

Back of the Tear Card

"Tear Cards." Each pad has 50 paper cards that victims or those engaging with vulnerable populations can take for later reference. The cards list five trafficking indicator questions, and explain that victims have rights in the U.S. regardless of visa status. For victims, the cards provide the 24-hour phone number and texting option for the National Human Trafficking Resource Center, The ICE tip line is also provided so that suspected human trafficking can be reported to law enforcement. Awareness themes include sex trafficking, forced labor, and domestic servitude. Available in English and Spanish. Special orders may also be placed for Arabic, Bengali, Burmese, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), French, French Creole, Hindi, Indonesian, Khmer, Korean, Laotian, Malay, Portuguese, Russian, Thai, and Vietnamese cards. To download in English, please click here. To request in printed form, please email bluecampaign@hq.dhs.gov.

 

Information Sheets

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Human Trafficking 101: This fact sheet defines human trafficking, discusses who may be vulnerable, how to identify a potential victim, and how to report a tip.

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Human Trafficking 101 for School Administrators and Staff: Designed for school administrators and staff, this fact sheet defines human trafficking, and discusses student social behaviors and other indicators that can help identify potential victims or those being groomed for exploitation.

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Blue Campaign & DHS Anti-Human Trafficking Efforts: Designed for public officials, this fact sheet defines human trafficking and outlines how the Blue Campaign identifies and supports victims, brings traffickers to justice, and builds partnerships.

Last Published Date: November 6, 2014
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