COMBATING HUMAN TRAFFICKING
IN CANADA

WORKING TOGETHER ACROSS BORDERS

Canadian drivers work diligently to deliver products and people safely to their intended destinations across North America. And in the course of their everyday jobs, these drivers have the opportunity to be a hero to some of the most vulnerable people – victims of human trafficking. While the realities of human trafficking are atrocious, professional drivers are uniquely positioned to disrupt this heinous crime simply by taking a second look and making a phone call. Partner with TAT Canada today and activate your workforce to aid in victim identification and recovery.

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

TRAIN YOUR DRIVERS AND REGISTER YOUR COMPANY

Private Fleets / Owner Operators / Bus Drivers: Train the drivers who work for your company with Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) materials. Whether you’re a trucking, bus, or energy company, commit to training your drivers using our industry specific training video and accompanying wallet card to equip them with the tools to recognize and report signs of human trafficking.

Shipping Partners: Encourage the companies you contract with to train their drivers.

TRAIN YOUR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND GOVERNMENT AGENCY PERSONNEL

Law Enforcement, Provincial and Territorial Officers: Utilize TAT’s 30-minute law enforcement training DVD, or bring in TAT trainers for our four-hour, in-depth, law enforcement training. We also urge all personnel to partner with TAT to reach commercial vehicle operators in their area.

RAISE AWARENESS

Commercial Vehicle Associations: Invite TAT to present to your members.

Truck Stops / Travel Plazas /Dealers: Train your employees and become points of distribution for TAT materials. The simple act of hanging our posters and handing out wallet cards provides life-saving information for recognizing and reporting human trafficking.

Key Stakeholders: Use your influence and tell others about TAT. Make introductions to associations and other companies, so TAT’s message expands throughout Canada.

Freedom Drivers Project (FDP): Host the FDP, a mobile exhibit and premiere tool in educating members of the trucking industry and general public about the realities of domestic sex trafficking and how the trucking industry is combating it.

REDUCE DEMAND

Demand Reduction Policy: Adopting an Anti-Trafficking-in-Persons Policy with a demand-reduction focus not only helps lower demand, but it’s also a wise move from a company risk management standpoint. Make sure your employees know that it is unacceptable to purchase commercial sex using company time or resources.

TRAINING VIDEOS

TRUCK

BUS

ENERGY

LAW ENFORCEMENT

WALLET CARD WEBINAR

Free training video DVDs can be requested by emailing tat.truckers@gmail.com.

FREE MATERIALS

REQUEST OR DOWNLOAD OUR FREE MATERIALS INCLUDING WALLET CARDS, WINDOW DECALS, POSTERS AND MORE.

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