Human Trafficking 101 for School Administrators and Staff

Offers a definition of human trafficking, a brief overview of who is at risk, and behavioral, physical and social indicators of trafficking that might be observed by school personnel. Also, it includes the number to call to report suspected trafficking, and a reminder about the importance of engaging law enforcement in order to protect students' and staff's safety. 

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