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Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is a crime and a form of modern-day slavery. DHS is working to end it.

  • Native Communities Awareness Poster Series

    These posters were created to raise awareness of human trafficking among Native communities. Informed by Native survivors of human trafficking, the series uses culturally-relevant images and messages. Organizations working to reach Native communities with information about human trafficking can display these posters in locations like schools, community centers, and offices.

  • FACES Public Awareness Poster

    Human trafficking victims are all around us. This stand-alone poster shows the widespread impact of human trafficking and that victims can be any race, age, ethnicity, or gender. Blue Campaign encourages organizations to display this poster in facilities and distribute it to their networks to raise awareness of human trafficking.

  • What Is Human Trafficking?

    The Blue Campaign infographic resource will help you to answer the question, “What is Human Trafficking?”  Please help us bring this crime out of the shadows.

  • FLETC 5053 - Human Trafficking 101

    Use these resources to deliver a Human Trafficking 101 presentation. Appropriate for state and local law enforcement audiences as well as law enforcement professionals who work alongside them.

  • Human Trafficking 101: Acquisition Workforce

    Members of the Federal acquisition workforce have responsibilities in all phases of an acquisition to ensure that the U.S. Government is taking action to prevent, report, and remedy human trafficking in Federal contracts. This information sheet describes human trafficking; the Federal regulations prohibiting the use of human trafficking from contractors and subcontractors; training available to the Federal acquisition workforce; and the responsibilities of a CO and COR.

  • Continued Presence: Temporary Immigration Status for Victims of Human Trafficking

    This Immigration & Customs Enforcement (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.

  • Blue Campaign & DHS Anti-Human Trafficking Efforts Information Sheet

    This information sheet describes human trafficking and outlines how DHS combats the crime.

  • Key Tag Cards

    This 3.5x2 plastic card, breaks into three smaller cards. The smallest card contains reporting information and can be discreetly carried on a key chain. The largest lists the signs of human trafficking to be on the lookout for along with information on how to report.

  • "I Speak" Poster

    This 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.

  • Indicator Card

    This card provides a brief list of common indicators of human trafficking relevant to campus environments; a summarized list of tips for maintaining a victim centered approach/trauma-informed responses and Brief instructions on following individual reporting protocol and include the HSI Tip Line.