Did you know TAT has apps available for multiple devices?

From drivers to fleet managers, mobile phones to ELDs, Truckers Against Trafficking has an app for you.

Report human trafficking.

Report instances of human trafficking right from your device.

Discover red flags.

View red flags specific to your industry.

Get certified.

Access TAT’s FREE training courses and learn more about what you can do to fight human trafficking.

Make the call, save lives.

Truckers Against Trafficking App

The TAT app can help you identify and report instances of human trafficking when you’re on the go. Download the TAT app today to help you identify and report instances of human trafficking. The TAT app includes the option to filter content based on your daily experience, recognize red flags, identify the best numbers to report human trafficking based on your location, and the option to report back to TAT what you’re seeing on the road and in your community. You can also get news and notifications directly from TAT, as well as gain on-the-go access to our free training courses.

Available for Apple and Android devices in English and Spanish.

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eTAT, the ELD-friendly app for fleet managers

eTAT is an app specifically for ELDs to help your drivers identify and report labor and sex trafficking in their everyday work. Drivers can view human trafficking red flags and examples, as well as scan QR codes with their personal mobile devices to access training videos, podcast episodes and more.

Designed with ELDs in mind, eTAT uses no cellular data and is easy to add to existing driver devices. Whether your drivers are over-the-road, local, van line operators or in-home delivery professionals, eTAT provides the tools to help them recognize and safely report potential trafficking situations in a timely manner.

If you decide to utilize eTAT across your company devices, please let us know at info@truckersagainsttrafficking.org.

Available for Android devices in English and Spanish.

Many thanks to Ransom Christofferson and Josh Christofferson for developing these apps!