The development of international communication is vital to solving global problems such as human trafficking and other criminal justice-related issues.
The increased checkpoints to screen passengers in vehicles and at airports – initiated by the COVID-19 pandemic – will help to combat human trafficking.
President Trump plans to expand the White House domestic policy office by appointing an individual to focus exclusively on combating human trafficking.
Human trafficking can occur anywhere and in any community, regardless of a victim’s social status. In terms of victims, 25 percent of them are children and 75 percent are females.
Among the numerous federal law enforcement agencies that work to prevent human trafficking, the State Department is one of the lesser known.
DHS will soon start a voluntary pilot DNA test program at the US-Mexico border to show whether or not tested individuals are related.
AMU podcast: Two experts discuss methods to combat the growing, abhorent trend in human trafficking around the world.
January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Combating these inhuman practices is as important today as it was a decade ago.