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Blue Campaign Choices Wrap Up

Based on these scenarios, you should now have an idea of some of the “red flag” characteristics that may surface during an interaction with a human trafficker. Remember, anyone can fall victim so it’s up to you to make the choices that will keep you safe!

Join the DHS Blue Campaign

What you can do to stop human trafficking. Join the DHS Blue Campaign. Visit the Blue Campaign website: dhs.gov/blue-campaign. Learn more about the signs and indicators of human trafficking: dhs.gov/blue-campaign/awareness-training. Spread the word-download and share anti-human trafficking materials: dhs.gov/blue-campaign/resource-catalog. View and share our Public Service Announcement: dhs.gov/gallery/blue-campaign-video. Follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/bluecampaign.

Who do I call to REPORT?

To report suspected human trafficking to Federal Law Enforcement call: 1-866-347-2423

Who do I call to GET HELP?

To get help from the National Human Trafficking Hotline call: 1-888-373-7888 or Text HELP or INFO to BeFree (233733)

 

To report suspected human trafficking to Federal law enforcement:
To get help from the National Human Trafficking Hotline:
or text HELP or INFO to
BeFree (233733)
To contact Blue Campaign:
Para reportar un posible caso de trata de personas:
Obtenga ayuda de la Línea Directa Nacional de Trata de Personas:
o enviando un mensaje de texto con HELP o INFO to
BeFree (233733)
Para contactar Blue Campaign:
Last Updated: 07/23/2021
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