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By Jinnie Chua
The Western States Information Network (WSIN) offers agencies a multitude of products and services to assist human trafficking investigations. Find out more about how it provides crucial support and how agencies can join WSIN for free.
By Jinnie Chua
Much of human trafficking in today's digital age relies on the internet, so how can law enforcement use that against the perpetrators? Learn how this non-profit is using the power of data analytics to find and beat human traffickers.
By Leischen Stelter
Air travel is a surprisingly common way for human traffickers to transport victims. Learn about the federal government's new initiative to train aviation personnel to identify and report trafficking. Is the government covering all its bases when it comes to monitoring the transportation networks of traffickers or can more be done?
Human trafficking is modern-day slavery and it's happening across the country. To help combat this atrocious crime, here are signs to look for that a person is a victim of human trafficking. For those in law enforcement, here are questions to ask a potential victim.
By Larson Binzer
Prisons have long been prime recruiting grounds for human traffickers. Learn how dedicated employees in the correctional system are fighting to give the issue the attention it deserves by raising awareness among correctional staff and implementing programs to educate the inmates who are most vulnerable.
By John Meekins
Not enough correctional officers realize that human trafficking networks are thriving within prisons. Learn how they can be trained to use basic intelligence-gathering techniques to identify trafficking rings within female prisons.