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H uman trafficking involves the exploitation of a person for labor, commercial sex, or other service against their will. It victimizes youth and adults, Mississippians and otherwise, who are physically, socially or psychologically vulnerable.
Human trafficking affects 12 to 27 million men, women and children worldwide who are held in slavery. Its victims can be found working in restaurants or homes, on farms or construction sites, or in the sex trade. It is a worldwide problem, but also a local one.
Human trafficking is happening in Mississippi, with Mississippians as victims. Human trafficking is defined as the act of recruiting, harboring, transporting, providing, or obtaining a person for labor services or commercial sex acts through force, fraud, or coercion; for the purpose of exploitation, involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage, or slavery.
It includes any commercial sex involving a minor. People who are subjected to involuntary servitude are held against their will and forced to work, frequently under the threat of violence to themselves or their families.
Human traffickers prey on those who become disadvantaged — even temporarily — due to age, social abandonment, economic hardship, disasters, emergencies or criminal activity. The demand for cheap labor drives the market for human trafficking victims.GIRL TWERKING ON A COP CAR IN JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI (3/5/2021)
If you are a victim, or you suspect that human trafficking is taking place, call your local law enforcement, and make a report to the State Human Trafficking Coordinator at:. State law requires anyone who suspects that a person under 18 is being trafficked to report it to the Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services. Call or make an online report.
National Human Trafficking Hotline : Need help? Victims of human trafficking could be people you meet, work with, or care for every day. Traffickers use a variety of means to control victims and limit their freedom. Here are s to look for:. This has been automatically translated from English.
MSDH has not reviewed this translation and is not responsible for any inaccuracies. Human Trafficking Hotspots.Fighting prostitution in neighborhoods
To Report Human Trafficking If you are a victim, or you suspect that human trafficking is taking place, call your local law enforcement, and make a report to the State Human Trafficking Coordinator at: reportht dps.Jackson Mississippi ladies for sex
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