The Blue Campaign has developed awareness and training materials to help increase awareness and educate on the indicators of human trafficking.
An informed public plays a critical role in keeping our communities safe. September 25 is “If You See Something, Say Something®” Awareness Day, also known as #SeeSayDay.
This report details timelines for reviewing petitions, initiating an investigation, and assessing whether it possesses information to articular reasonable suspicion of a violation of Section 307 of the Tariff Act of 1930.
On World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released new resources aimed at combatting human trafficking and supporting victims. The new resources include the first-ever Continued Presence Resource Guide to assist federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial law enforcement agencies in supporting victims of human trafficking and advancing trafficking investigations and prosecutions.
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DHS S&T awarded $775,000 to the Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health to conduct research and evaluate the impact of the Department’s Blue Campaign.
Law enforcement officials may encounter a potential victim of human trafficking during the course of their duties – during domestic disturbance calls; when responding to incidents at massage parlors, bars, and strip clubs; or even during routine traffic stops.
La explotación general es tratar a una persona injustamente para beneficiarse de su trabajo.
Resources that can be used to start conversations about and raise awareness of trafficking within communities across the country.
Resources for convenience retail, transportation, and hospitality industries that can be used to help educate frontline employee how to recognize and report human trafficking while on the job.