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human trafficking

Human Trafficking is Modern-Day Slavery

traffickingspanishTrafficking of humans is the second largest criminal industry in the world after drug dealing, and is fast growing.

Many victims of trafficking are made to engage in prostitution, pornography or exotic dancing.

But trafficking also occurs in forms of labor exploitation, such as domestic servitude or restaurant work, sweatshop factory work or migrant agricultural work.

Can you recognize victims of Human Trafficking among the people you see daily?

For more information, visit: www.acf.hhs.gov/trafficking

Public awareness of Human Trafficking is The Salvation Army’s purpose for providing this information.

 

If you think someone is a victim of Human Trafficking, please call:

 

888-373-7888

Victims of Trafficking can be found in:

Commercial Sex

Construction

Domestic Situations

Farming

Fisheries

Hotel Industry

Landscaping

Janitorial Services

Panhandling

Restaurant Services

Sweatshop Factories

Tourist Industry

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