Part 1 of 3Dr. A rolled his eyes. It was last October, and he had just come across a triage note that said, “I have a tracker in me.” Dr. A — we’re not using his name or identifying his hospital, which is in a major American city, to protect patient safety — is 28 years old, a resident and about as green as they come. And he’s got a

Businesses are coming under increased public scrutiny over the use of slavery in their supply chains, making forced labour one of the greatest risks to their brands’ reputation this year, a research firm said on Tuesday. Legislation in countries like Britain and the United States requires businesses to report on their efforts to eradicate forced labour and trafficking from their supply chains. Britain’s law came into force in 2015. This

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Ohio has been on the front lines in the battle to combat human trafficking. Now cosmetologists are joining in the fight. Children as young as 12 are often forced into prostitution. More than 1,000 minors are reportedly involved in the sex trade each year. It’s become a growing problem in Ohio. Beauticians throughout Ohio get a wide range of clients. Now they are being trained to look for signs of

Police charged two men Wednesday for running a sex trafficking ring that involved a 16-year-old girl in Montgomery County, Md. Raleigh McClam, 36, and Saivon Sharpe, 22, were charged with multiple counts of human trafficking and sex abuse of a minor — McClam faces a possible sentence of 175 years in prison. McClam, one of the reported pimps, was a bus driver for the Prince George’s County Public School system,