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Please report any suspicion of activity possibly related to human trafficking to the appropriate authorities and/or any of the following anti-trafficking enforcement resources below:
One of the Interpol main activities are fight against human trafficking and crimes against children. To report a crime or suspicion of crime : Contact Interpol here
WARNING SIGNS OF POSSIBLE HUMAN TRAFFICKING:
• Does an entertainer arrive accompanied by another individual?
• Does that individual speak for or appear to maintain control over the entertainer?
• Does the entertainer seem fearful of that individual?
• Does the entertainer have difficulty communicating, whether resulting from a language barrier or fear of interaction?
While one of these signs, on its own, may not present a trafficking concern, multiple signs indicate a potential red flag. Use common sense, and contact the appropriate authorities if you suspect that someone is being trafficked.
Learn the potential warning signs of human trafficking here: Polaris Project.
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