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January 11th is Human Trafficking Awareness Day

January 11th is recognized as National Day of Human Trafficking Awareness. Communities around the country #WearBlue to help raise awareness and encourage others to help prevent trafficking by reporting tips to law enforcement.

Red Flags of human trafficking:

  1. Person works long or excessive hours or is always available “on demand.” 
  2. Overly sexual for age or situation.
  3. Multiple phones or social media accounts.

Signs of Trafficking:

  • Living with employer.
  • Poor living conditions.
  • Multiple people in cramped space.
  • Inability to speak to individual alone.
  • Answers appear to be scripted and rehearsed.
  • Employer is holding identity documents.
  • Signs of physical abuse.
  • Submissive or fearful.
  • Unpaid or paid very little
  • Under 18 and in prostitution.

If you know or suspect someone is being trafficked, please call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888 

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