Our Youth on Transportation Initiative seeks to answer the following questions: How can we protect youth from exploitation and human trafficking as they move throughout their days? How can we improve youth awareness about human trafficking via the community transportation systems they are using? How can we leverage local community transportation systems to prevent and interrupt youth exploitation and human trafficking?
As a starting point to answering these questions, Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) and its Busing on the Lookout (BOTL) program will survey youth (ages 13-24) to get their perspective. This feedback will inform the development of a public-facing, youth-focused awareness campaign that can be displayed by our community transportation partners and other places youth frequent.
Surveys can be administered online by sharing the link below (‘Digital Version’), or by printing out copies of the survey (‘Print Version’) and returning them to TAT. All survey responses must be submitted to TAT by June 15.
Questions? Contact Lexi Higgins, BOTL Director: firstname.lastname@example.org.