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Carr: Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit Shares Tips to Help Educators Prevent, Report Trafficking
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Carr: Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit Shares Tips to Help Educators Prevent, Report Trafficking

JUNE 23, 2022   ATLANTA, GA – Attorney General Chris Carr’s Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit recently participated in the Georgia School Safety and Homeland Security Conference to share with Georgia’s teachers and public safety personnel important information on how to recognize, prevent, and report trafficking. “Georgia’s teachers are in a unique position to not only recognize the…

“Ve Haf Ways of Making You NOT Talk” | Psychology Today
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“Ve Haf Ways of Making You NOT Talk” | Psychology Today

A widely accepted statistic in the anti-trafficking community is that even though human trafficking is a crime, fewer than one in 100 traffickers will pay for it with jail time. The reason? Traffickers are adept at keeping their victims from testifying. A Porn Star Decides to Out Her Victimizers Take the case of the porn…

IOM Warns of Increased Risk of Trafficking in Persons for People Fleeing Ukraine
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IOM Warns of Increased Risk of Trafficking in Persons for People Fleeing Ukraine

IOM Statement Geneva – The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is worried about the risk of trafficking in persons as well as sexual exploitation and abuse in Ukraine and the region as the number of vulnerable people fleeing the war continues to rise. Over 3 million people have fled Ukraine, including 162,000 third-country nationals (TCNs)….

Who Traffickers Target
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Who Traffickers Target

In many ways, human trafficking is as much of an economic problem as it is a social justice issue. Traffickers see exploitation as a lucrative supply-and-demand business, with its victims as an expendable commodity. Because of this, traffickers are opportunistic. They seek out vulnerable people, those who are easier to recruit, have fewer safety nets,…

Council Approves First Step to Limit Human Trafficking – San Clemente Times
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Council Approves First Step to Limit Human Trafficking – San Clemente Times

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New Tennessee laws pertaining to child safety, wellbeing and human trafficking – The Rogersville Review
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New Tennessee laws pertaining to child safety, wellbeing and human trafficking – The Rogersville Review

This is part six of a series highlighting all the new laws approved by the Tennessee General Assembly in 2022. These new laws pertain to Child Safety, Wellbeing, and Human Trafficking. Enhancing support for foster youth — Under a new law the state will reimburse eligible relatives of foster youth to support the cost of…