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How Transit Can Help Prevent Human Trafficking

Security and Safety | May 13, 2019

Human trafficking is a modern form of slavery affecting victims worldwide, including in the U.S.

First Transit drivers receive training on how to ID human trafficking

Security and Safety | May 8, 2019

Outlines how to identify a possible victim, look for signs and what to do if you see someone who might be a victim of human trafficking.

Security and Safety | March 29, 2019

FTA seeking to 'put brakes' on human trafficking in public transit

The administration published two NOFOs, each with $2 million in competitive funding.

Management & Operations| December 4, 2018

VTA Fills Vacant Positions by 'Growing Their Own'

Six new Overhead Line workers just graduated from a two-year apprenticeship program with flying colors.  

Security and Safety | September 18, 2018

Calif. bill requires human trafficking training for public transit agencies

Measure would amend an existing law that does not require training on the topic.

Security and Safety | June 15, 2018

Bill would mandate human trafficking awareness program in Calif.

From 2008 to 2017, California had the most human trafficking cases reported to the National Human Trafficking Hotline of any state.

Motorcoach| March 19, 2018

ABA, Busing on the Lookout team to combat human trafficking

Around the world it is estimated that more than 40 million people are enslaved today.

Security and Safety | January 16, 2018

L.A. Metro urges riders to help report suspected human trafficking on transit

Almost one million people — mostly young girls — are trafficked against their will each year.

Security and Safety | January 15, 2015

DART joins human trafficking prevention movement

It is estimated that more than 20 million men, women and children around the world are victims of human trafficking with the U.S. a source, transit and destination country.

February 20, 2014

SEPTA steps up to fight human trafficking

Transit can play a role in helping to stop human trafficking, considering the number of people using it 24 hours a day. SEPTA Police Chief Thomas Nestel was recently joined by representatives from local social service agencies and a former human trafficking victim to discuss signs of the crime, law enforcement efforts and how the public can help.

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