TAT training has resulted in reports of hundreds of possible trafficking cases from truck drivers to the national hotline, leading to victim recoveries and the arrest of criminals. Check out our Harriet Tubman Award winners to hear the stories of those drivers who’ve directly supported the road to freedom for a victim of sex trafficking, and learn how you or someone on your team could be the next award winner!
Whether the van operator is an OTR driver, or operating regionally/locally, many of the same red flags apply:
Red flag indicators of potential labor trafficking may look like:
Movers and home delivery personnel may have the opportunity to witness signs of human trafficking taking place at a residential brothel or home of exploitation by either physically entering the home or noticing red flags going on in a neighborhood in which you are working. Red flags may look like:
Within the home of the job:
In the neighborhood of the job:
Movers and home delivery personnel may also have the opportunity to notice human trafficking red flags if the job they are at is the home of the trafficker and his victim(s). In these situations, red flags may be: