List of Agencies Working Against Contemporary Forms of Slavery
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The world ignores millions of slaves trapped in involuntary labor and prostitution. There might be approximately 19,000 trafficked persons right here in the United States.
Those poor unfortunates, Trafficked migrants already here in the United States are not physically chained but never the less are living and working under constant fear of harm or harm to their family back home.
These people of all ages and sexes are suffering criminal abuse.
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Trafficking in persons, particularly women and children, is significant on nearly every continent. Gauging the level of trafficking with precision, however, is difficult since it is an underground industry. Estimates of the trafficking problem in the United States vary, given differing definitions of what constitutes trafficking and research based on limited case studies. At present, no one US or international agency is compiling accurate statistics. Nonetheless, government and nongovernmental experts in the field estimate that out of the 700,000 to two million women and children who are trafficked globally each year, 45,000 to 50,000 of those women and children are trafficked to the United States. Approximately 30,000 women and children are being trafficked annually from Southeast Asia, 10,000 from Latin America, 4,000 from the Newly Independent States and Eastern Europe, and 1,000 from other regions.
There have been reports of trafficking instances in at least 20 different states, with most cases occurring in New York, California, and Florida. Some Florida law enforcement officials, for example, claim that the state is being inundated with trafficked women from Russia, Ukraine, and Central Europe. INS and Labor Department officials fear that the problem is not only bigger than they thought but also getting worse. For example, INS has discovered over 250 brothels in 26 different cities, 6 of which likely involved trafficking victims. Evidence suggests that state and local law enforcement officials appear to have only scratched the surface of the problem. Trafficking cases are hard to uncover as the crime usually occurs "behind closed doors", and language and cultural barriers usually isolate the victims.
The primary source countries for the United States appear to be Thailand, Vietnam, China, Mexico, Russia, Ukraine, and the Czech Republic. Women have also been trafficked to the US from the Philippines, Korea, Malaysia, Latvia, Hungary, Poland, Brazil, and Honduras among other countries. Women have been trafficked to the US primarily for the sex industry (prostitution, stripping, peep and touch shows, and massage parlors that offer a variety of sexual services), sweatshop labor, domestic servitude, and agricultural work.
Women have also been trafficked to provide maid services at motels and hotels, peddle trinkets on subways and buses, and beg. The average age of the trafficking victim in the United States is roughly 20 years old. Some of the Asian women may have been initially trafficked overseas at a much younger age, but then worked in cities such as Bangkok before being trafficked to the US. A review of several illustrative trafficking and slavery operations "involving sweatshop, agricultural, and other forms of labor" over the last eight years shows that these operations went unnoticed or were able to exist longer than trafficking operations involving the sex industry. Labor trafficking operations generally lasted from 4 to 6 years whereas trafficking operations for prostitution lasted from a little over a year to approximately 2 years before being discovered. Trafficking operations for other forms of the sex industry, such as exotic dancing and peep-and-touch shows, were in existence for anywhere from 10 months to 3 years. Once uncovered, trafficking and slavery cases usually take about a year and a half to investigate and prosecute, according to the Department of Justice's Involuntary Servitude Coordinator in the Civil Rights Division, Criminal Section.
1-800-870-3676 for USA Immigrations forms.
1-800-375-5283 for National customer service center
Call federal law enforcement directly to report suspected human trafficking activity and get help:
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security at 1-866- 347-2423
- Tip online at www.ice.gov/tips.
- Across the world, report suspicious criminal activity 1-802-872-6199.
- U.S. Department of Justice Trafficking in Persons and Worker Exploitation Task Force Complaint Line at 1-888-428-7581
- FBI at https://tips.fbi.gov, or call your local FBI office (you can get their number at www.fbi. gov/contact-us/field/field-offices.
- U.S. Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division at 1-866-4USWAGE (1-866-487-9243)
- U.S. Department of Labor OIG Hotline at 1-202- 693-6999 or 1-800-347-3756, firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.oig.dol.gov/hotlinemain.htm to report allegations of trafficking committed through fraud the H-1B, H-2A, H-2B, and PERM.
- Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) at 1-800-669-4000 information about how workers, including trafficking victims, can file a charge of employment discrimination.
- The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, at 1-800-THE-LOST or www.cybertipline.com
- CyberTipline is operated by a nongovernmental organization and provides a means for reporting crimes against children and is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Please send this website to others to help former sex slaves. It's a quick and easy way to alert others about present day slavery and help in the fight for freedom. The internet makes it possible for anyone to help just by emailing this website.
Help is needed for Save A Slave to inform and educate the world about modern day slavery and to encourage former slaves. Volunteer yourself to the anti-slavery community by e-mailing this website. Tell your feelings to other websites. This can be dangerous as some people make a living on the misery and pain of others.
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