Police officers, legal advocates, and other law enforcement personnel have a critical role to play in protecting trafficking victims and survivors.
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According to the Polaris Project law enforcement personnel may come into contact with a trafficking situation during a routine traffic stop, a crisis call, or during a long-term investigation. It is therefore crucial that these professionals be able to recognize the signs and receive continuous training on the best way to make sure that they are fighting the human trafficking system and not those caught in its web.
Click the button above to access online training programs, reports, and assessment tools. While geared towards the law enforcement sector these resources are helpful to anyone.
Forms of Abolition:
Forms of Slavery:
Domestic Servitude, Sex Trafficking, Forced Labor, Bonded Labor, Child Labor, Forced Marriage
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