Human Trafficking Safeguard
Did your search result in HT Safeguard return a potential link to human trafficking activity? Exercise caution. Remember, a link doesn’t prove an individual’s involvement. Prioritize the safety of your community with these three essential next steps.
If you come across a possible link to the human trafficking database, trust your instincts. Take a step back and investigate. Is the linked phone number or email address related to the person you’re dealing with or a past user? Spending time on some quick research ensures your safety.
Equip yourself with essential knowledge about human trafficking and its signs. Empowerment through education is key to making informed choices. Discover the courses offered by DeliverFund, for both the general public and law enforcement, to expand your knowledge and safeguard your loved ones.
Higher Level Reporting
If you strongly suspect a direct link between the information and an individual, it’s time to take action. Start by informing a person of authority of the suspected individual, like a manager. If that’s not an option, follow the steps you learned in your training to create a police report for your local authorities.
BE INFORMED: LEARN MORE ABOUT HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Human Trafficking 101
This course will inform you on the basic foundation to understanding what human trafficking is, what it looks like, and what you should do if you come across human trafficking.
Digital Defense for Parents
This course will equip parents and guardians with the knowledge and skills to navigate the various social platforms their children are on.
IF YOUR PHONE NUMBER IS IN THE HT DATABASE
If you come across your phone number while using our app, it’s possible that someone with less-than-honorable intentions used it in the past. This information is out there for everyone to see. We strongly recommend reaching out to your cell phone provider and initiating the process to get a new number to prevent any mistaken association with illicit activity. Don’t forget to check the new number in our database before you confirm to ensure you’re not incorrectly linked to these activities again.
Nearly 60% of teens have received an email or instant message from a stranger.
1 in 5 children who use the internet have been sexually solicited.
89% of child victims in active sex trafficking cases in 2020 were between 14 and 17 years old
53% of victims in federal HT prosecutions in 2020 were children
Child sex trafficking happens in all 50 U.S.States, Washington D.C., and Puerto Rico
AGE OF VICTIMS IN 2020 ACTIVE CRIMINAL SEX TRAFFICKING CASES
14-17 YEARS OLD
0-13 YEARS OLD
18-29 YEARS OLD
30+ YEARS OLD
*Source: 2020 Federal Human Trafficking Report, Human Trafficking Institute
Human Trafficking Safeguard App
With one simple app, you can access the world’s most extensive digital database of potential human trafficking activity. By simply inputting a phone number or email, you will instantly be alerted if it has links to our database records. Empower yourself to help ensure the safety of your community with the Human Trafficking Safeguard app.
Welcome to the movement to end human trafficking and child exploitation.