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Learn the Basics

Do You Know...?

Recognize the Signs

The Polaris Project offers a list of signs that someone may be a victim of trafficking, hiding in plain sight.

Online Grooming

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children offers a detailed look at how traffickers target kids and teens online - and how to promote safety for kids and teens everywhere.

Hot Spot Map

The Polaris Project publishes up-to-date data on human trafficking in the US, including its Hot Spot Map.

20-Minute Intro

In less than half one hour of viewing, the PSAs below provide a strong introduction to the basics of human trafficking and offer statistics that define a worldwide industry in modern slavery.