Human Trafficking and the Transportation Industry

Like any business, human trafficking typically depends on transportation systems to operate. Traffickers may recruit victims from bus and train stations and will utilize transportation systems to both bring new victims to their trafficking operations as well as to transport current victims to different places where they will be trafficked and abused. Access to transportation is a key obstacle for many survivors trying to leave their trafficking situation.

 

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Transportation in Recruitment

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Transportation in Trafficking Operations

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Transportation for Victims & Survivors

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Transportation Industry Recommendations

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Need help? Polaris operates the U.S. National Human Trafficking Hotline.