Mandated businesses

Mandated businesses

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Schools, Youth Groups

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Non-Mandated Businesses

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Human trafficking informational posters are vital to ending and preventing modern day slavery.
Above are three options created by Good Women and a team of artists.  Each one is designed for a different application, whether it be for mandated businesses, such as massage service establishments, or non-mandated businesses or schools.   Choose the one the best suits your needs.   These posters meet all the requirements of California Civil Code 52.6.  Additional languages may be downloaded at www.oag.ca.gov

Only approximately 2% of human trafficking victims are ever rescued.   Typically this occurs because someone reported a possible incident to law enforcement or the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline. But would you or the people in your community, city, business or school, be able to identify a possible victim?    Posting information posters has been proven to increase the reporting of human trafficking incidences.    An important educational tool in the fight to end and prevent human trafficking!

The majority, approximately 75%,  of minor children who are trafficked each year are either foster system dropouts or registered runaways.  It is estimated that as many as 100,000 American children are swept up into sex trafficking rings every year. You may have all ready encountered a victim in your day to day life, victims can be as young as 9 years old.

If you suspect someone is a victim of human trafficking, contact the National Human Trafficking Resource Center at 1-888-373-7888 or text HELP or INFO to BeFree (233733) to report a tip, obtain further information or access supportive services for the victim.

For sexually exploited or abused minors call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s (NCMEC) hotline at 1-800-THE-LOST to be connected with the most appropriate assistance in your area.

You can report suspected instances of trafficking or worker exploitation by contacting the FBI field office nearest you or by contacting the Department of Justice’s Human Trafficking Office at 1-888-428-7581.

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