Are you aware of the dangers of Human Trafficking

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WHAT IS THIS EPIDEMIC OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING ?

AND WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO HELP STOP IT FROM HARMING OUR CHILDREN ?

GET INVOLVED IN 2019 ONE WAY IS TO DONATE YOUR TIME OR FUNDS IF FUNDING IS NOT AN OPTION THEN USE YOUR TALENT TO RECRUIT SPONSORS OR MEMBERS TO JOIN 1ST PRIORITY SEARCH & RECOVERY IN BRINGING SOMEONE'S MISSING LOVED ONES HOME.

1STPRIORITY IS CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR BOOTS ON THE GROUND TO SEARCH FOR THE MISSING. WE WILL TRAIN YOU. MUST BECOME A MEMBER TO TRAIN.

EDUCATE YOUR SELF ON THIS EPIDEMIC THAT IS HARMING OUR CHILDREN. THE KEY TO STOP THIS INDUSTRY IS TO BECOME AWARE OF WHAT IS HUMAN TRAFICKING HELP OTHER KNOW WHAT IT IS AS WELL

STAY INFORMED AS TO WHAT IS GOING ON IN OUR GREAT STATE OF TEXAS, AND IN OUR CITIES, COMUNITIES, IN REGARDS TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND RUNAWAYS WHO ARE VUNERABLE TO THESE TRAFFICKERS THAT PREY ON THEM,

ANOTHER WAY TO HELP IS TO CONTACT YOUR STATE REPS AND SENATORS OFFICE AND SEE WHAT LAWS ARE BEING ENACTED TO HELP COMBAT THIS EPIDEMIC OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING. 

DONT HESITATE TO ASK QUESTIONS IF YOU SEE SOMETHING THAT DOES'NT SEEM RIGHT EVEN IF ITA SOMEONE YOU KNOW WHO SEEM DISTANCE OR IS CHANGING HIS OR HERS HABITS.

 

Each year about 17,500 individuals are brought into the United States

and held against their will victims of human trafficking. 

Some estimate the number is as high as 60,000 annually. These numbers do not include those who are here from previous years, migrants already in the US, runaways, displaced persons, and those from oppressed/marginalized groups and the poor.

If you know or suspect a person is being trafficked for labor and / or sex call
 


1-888-373-7888  or text befree   (233733)

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A person may be trafficked if they:

Cannot leave their job to find another one

Do not have control over their wages or money

Work but do not get paid normal wages

Have no choice about hours worked or other working conditions

Work long hours, lives at a work site, or is picked up and driven to and from work

Show signs of physical abuse or injury

Are accompanied everywhere by someone who speaks for him/her

Appear to be fearful of and or under the control of another person

May have health issues that have not been attended to

Owe money to their employer or another person who they feel honour bound to repay

May describe moving or changing jobs suddenly and often

Are unfamiliar with the neighborhood where they live or work

Are not working in the job originally promised to them

Are traveling with minimal or inappropriate luggage/belongings

Lack identification, passport or other travel documents

Are forced to provide sexual services in a strip club, massage parlour, or other locations

May appear to be malnourished 

    

A trafficked person may be reluctant to seek help because they:

Are threatened that if they tell anyone, they or their families will be hurt

May have complex relationships with their traffickers that involve deep levels of psychological conditioning

Based on fear or misplaced feeling of love

Do not see themselves as a trafficed person or victim

May be unfamiliar with their surrounding and do not know who to trust

Do not know help exists or where to go for it

Fear law enforcement and other authorities

Are embarrassed or humiliated may be addicted to drugs

May be in debt to their trafficker

May be sending needed money back 'home' and worry about not being able to do this

Fear being deported if they are from another counrty

May have limited English skills

"The act of recruitment, transportation, transfer,harbouring or receipt of persons...by means of threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, fraud, of deception, of abuse of power or of a position of vunlnerability or of the giving or receiving of payments or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person... for the purpose of exploitation. Exploitation shall include at a minimum:

The exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation,

Forced labour or services,

Slavery or practices similar to slavery,

Servitude, or the removal of organs"

 
The difference between Domestic and International Human Trafficking
 
DOMESTIC HUMAN TRAFFICKING 

Domestic trafficking occurs when the crime takes place entirely within Texas borders. The trafficked person may be a Texan citizen, permanent resident, Visitor, temporary worker or student. In Texas, women and youth are uniquely vunurable to trafficking for sexual exploitation due to factors including:

Residential school 

Abuse

Poverty

Gender inequity

Discrimination

International Human Trafficking

 

 

International trafficking occurs when a person is bought in to Texas to be explioted.

 
 
 
 
  
 

 

 

 

 

A trafficker may bring the trafficked person into the county using a temporary work permit or a visa, or smuggle them across

international borders using false documents or by routes that are undetected by border authorities.

 

The Difference between Human Trafficking and Human Smuggling

Human trafficking and human smuggling are not the same thing.

Smuggling is when a person pays to be transported illegally to a new country and is free from the smuggler on arrival.

Human trafficking is when a trafficked person is  exploited by a trafficker.

People who pay to be smuggled to another country are considered trafficking if they are kept captive or expoited on their arrival.

Nonetheless, not all human trafficking involves crossing international borders.
 
People can be trafficking within a country, too.
 
This is referred to as domestic trafficking.
 


 

 

 

what are the possible warning signs? Homeland Security Information

 

Doesthe person appear disconnected from family, friends, community organizations, or houses of worship? 

has a child stopped attending school?

Has the person had a sudden or dramatic change in behavior?

Is a juvenile engaged in commercial sex acts?

Is the person disoriented or confused, or showing signs of mental or physical abuse?

Does the person have bruises in various stages of healing?

Is the person fearful, timid, or submissive?Does the person show signs of having been

denied food, water, sleep, or medical care?

Is the person often in the company of someone to whom he or she defers? Or someone who seems to be in control of the situation, e.g., Where they go or who they talk to?

Does the person appear to be coached on what to say?

Is the person living in unsuitable conditions?

Does the person lack personal possessions and appear not to have a stable living situation?

Does the person have freedom of movement?

Can the person freely leave where they live?

Are they unreasonable security measures?

Not all indicators listed above are present in every human trafficking situation, and the presence or absence of any of the indicators is not  necessarily proof of human trafficking.

Other screening questions from the Department of Heatlh and Human Services:
Where do you sleep and eat?
Do you sleep in a bed, on a cot, or on the floor?
Have you ever been deprived of food, water, sleep, or medical care?
Are you required to ask permission for physical necessities?
What are your working and living conditions like?
Are you able to come and go as you please?
Can you leave your job or working situation if you want to?
Are there locks on your doors and windows so you cannot leave?
Are you allowed to talk to people outside your home or job?
Has anyone ever physically harmed you in any way?
Have you ever been threatened if you try to leave your home or work?
Has anyone ever threatened your family?
Has your identification or documentation been taken away from you?
Is anyone forcing you to do anything that you do not want to do?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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