It's NOT what you think!
Domestic Sex Trafficking - A Survivor's Perspective | Karly Church | TEDxOshawaED
Karly talks about the stages of exploitation while drawing upon her personal experiences.
Everyone has a role to play in combating human trafficking. Recognizing the signs of human trafficking is the first step to identifying a victim. The DHS Blue Campaign has a helpful resources page with many materials for a more in-depth human trafficking education and a catalog of materials that can be distributed and displayed in your community.
Do not at any time attempt to confront a suspected trafficker directly or alert a victim to your suspicions! Your safety as well as the victim’s safety is paramount. Instead, please contact local law enforcement directly or call these tip lines:
By identifying victims and reporting tips, you are doing your part to help law enforcement rescue victims, and you might save a life. Law enforcement can connect victims to services such as medical and mental health care, shelter, job training, and legal assistance that restore their freedom and dignity. The presence or absence of any of the indicators is not necessarily proof of human trafficking. It is up to law enforcement to investigate suspected cases of human trafficking.
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