Houston Human Trafficking Awareness Trainings -Hobby Airport and Nassau City Council Offices- Thurs Jan 26 2017

The Airline Ambassadors in partnership with the Houston Airport System and Travel to do good will present two human trafficking awareness training in advance of the Superbowl in Houston.  Unfortunately large sporting events like the Superbowl can be a magnet for the human traffickers.

Developed for law enforcement personnel, ground transportation, airline, airport, hospitality and tourism employees, the training is designed to provide content and information that will inform, educate the empower training participants.  This training is also excellent for the traveling public, is free of charge and open to the public.

At the end of the training, attendees should have a better understanding of human trafficking, what to look for as well as specific actions that must be taken.  AAI is the first organization to have their curriculum adopted by the (International Tourism Management Institute)

Houston Trainings  Thursday Jan 26 2017

10-11:30am

William P. Hobby Airport
Ticketing Level Conference Room A&B
Hobby Airport Registration

7:00-8:00pm

Nassau Bay City Council Chambers
1800 Space Park Drive Suite 200, Nassau Bay Tx
Nassau Bay Registration

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

For additional information email roslyn@traveltodogood.com or call 832-819-0467

 

Human trafficking  is not an invisible crime. It can be spotted if you know what to look for

Look for individuals who:
Are not free to leave or come and go as he/she wishes
Show signs of being controlled — they may be fearful, anxious, submissive, tense or avoid eye contact
Are unaware of current location, date, or time
Are interrupted or stopped by someone else when they try to speak for themselves
Do not have control of own money, identification, or other personal possessions
Also, not only is anyone under the age of 18 induced into commercial sex a victim of human trafficking, anyone who facilitates or participates in commercial sex with minors are considered sex traffickers under federal law.

So, what can you do?

Learn more
Understanding what trafficking is the best first step. The Look Beneath the Surface campaign provides an infographic exposing myths of human trafficking. The National Human Trafficking Hotline outlines additional common misconceptionsVisit disclaimer page.

If you are a health care provider, HHS provides the SOAR to Health and Wellness training for health care professionals and social service providers to “Stop, Observe, Ask, and Respond” to human trafficking.

Report Trafficking
If you see a potential trafficking situation or need help, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline Visit disclaimer page at 1-888-373-7888. The Hotline connects victims and survivors of trafficking to local service providers and also offers state by Visit disclaimer page state information on resources and local anti-trafficking events.

Content provided by the US Dept on Health and Human Services Office on Trafficking

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