When you call the hotline — here’s what happens

Most people who have an interest in preventing human trafficking know that there is a National Human Trafficking Hotline number to call when you see something suspicious. What they don’t know, is what they are getting involved with. What are their expectations? How does it work? What happens after the call? Should I just call 911 instead?

If you’ve asked yourself those questions, here’s a very complete and explanatory narrated slide show (with index) that will answer your questions.

Click this link to open the presentation from the National Human Trafficking Hotline

When the new window opens, click the play button in the lower left corner to hear the narration, or select the specific topic you want to hear from the index tabs on the right.

Originally published at Stop Human Trafficking Website.

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Doug Bardwell

Writer & photographer in print & online. Proud husband, father & grandfather. Engaged volunteer with Red Cross, human trafficking prevention & social concerns.