REPORT HUMAN TRAFFICKING

CALL TO REPORT TRAFFICKING

If you are aware of anyone who may have been trafficked for the purpose of exploitation, please report it to law enforcement or your country's national hotline.​

 

We encourage you to become familiar with the Hotline Numbers and email addresses to which you may report cases of Human Trafficking in your country.

If in Trinidad and Tobago, please report by calling the Counter Trafficking Unit - 800-4CTU (800-4288).

 

You do not need to KNOW for certain that there has been trafficking. If you suspect it is taking place or has been attempted, you should report it.



Do NOT attempt to intervene in the situation by yourself. Exercise due caution and contact the Counter Trafficking Unit or Crime Stoppers in your country immediately!

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ACES & RESILIENCE

Primary Prevention of Human Trafficking requires the use of a multi-disciplinary approach across all of society.

This will include the early identification of the effects of childhood trauma, and the development of resilience in vulnerable persons.

CAMPAIGNS

A campaign to empower men and boys to end the demand for commercial sex and all forms of violence against women and girls

 

Please continue to pray regularly against Human Trafficking using our faith-based resources.

CONTACT  US

P.O. Box 4945,

Tunapuna,

Trinidad and Tobago

Tel: (868) 316-0753

Email: info@curbtrafficking.org
www.facebook.com/curb.trafficking

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