Social Media

Get Connected, Share Awareness

Call for Social Amplifiers


The average age of a victim ensnared by traffickers is 12, and the traffickers most often first meet and engage their targets online.

Social media can fight traffickers where they are tracking youth by sharing information and encouraging awareness online -- as well as among personal circles of friends, coworkers and others.

Consider becoming a social media amplifier today. 



Many excellent sources of information about trafficking exist online, such as those listed on this website.


Information includes brief videos as PSAs, infographics, memes and links to the National Human Trafficking Task Force.


When you like, share, retweet and in many other ways distribute this information, you are helping to amplify the knowledge that makes it harder for human traffickers to operate in plain sight.

Start Here


A few great starting points with social media-ready info to post are:

The Blue Campaign

The Polaris Project Initiatives

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children


The National Human Trafficking Hotline Widgets, etc.

Don't Engage. Call 911!

As you and those around you become aware, again, this reminder is critical for your safety and the safety of bystanders and victims.

If you or someone you know or observe is in danger,

Call 911 Immediately.

If or someone you know suspects trafficking,

Call local law enforcement.

Do not engage with suspected criminals of any kind.


The Northern Virginia Human Trafficking Task Force website is for informational purposes only.  Information here is not and should not be considered comprehensive. This website has been designed to be a starting point for public inquiry and awareness. The Northern Virginia Human Trafficking Task Force adheres to a strict prohibition on making and/or commenting on public policy. The Task Force does not speak for or represent individual Members and/or Community Partners, whose missions, policies, etc. may be found through their organizations directly. The Task Force does not accept donations or raise funds. The Task Force is not a law enforcement agency. This website is not a venue for reporting crime except insofar as some links to law enforcement and hotlines may be useful. Links and contact information provided herein have been provided and are updated through best efforts of volunteers. If contact information is found to be outdated, current information on contact data may also be found via telephonic or online searches. Please report incidents or suspected incidents of human trafficking directly to local law enforcement. CALL 911 IF YOU OR ANYONE IS IN DANGER. Call the National Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-373-7888 (TYY 711) or Text 233733 if you or someone you know may need a way out of sex trafficking, coerced labor or domestic servitude but don't know for sure what to do next. Are you having problems with the site or its links? Contact Webmaster here. powered by