Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking strives to create a world in which no one
is trafficked. BEST believes that every person has the right to be free from sexual exploitation and forced labor.
When Brittany was 14 years old, she attended school every day and had plenty of friends. A guy who lived near her bus stop convinced her to spend time with him. Before she knew it, he began selling Brittany to men who paid him to have sex with a child. Brittany had become a victim of human trafficking.
Human trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the United States. By watching this video, you may help prevent the exploitation of kids like Brittany within your day-to-day job.
You will learn:
This training course provides a generalized introduction to human trafficking. Human trafficking laws and requirements vary by region. Please consult an attorney for legal advice.
Employees: Promote this Training in Your Organization
Managers: Train Your Staff
Identify Human Trafficking
Washington's Ending Exploitation Collaborative is Addressing the Problem of Sex Trafficking at its Root
Tourism Development Authority Joins Fight Against Human Trafficking, The Courier-Tribune, Sept. 27, 2019
King County Considers Sex Trafficking Awareness Training for Uber, Lyft Drivers,
KING 5 News, Sept. 9, 2019
Moving Human Trafficking Awareness Beyond the Travel Industry's Front Lines, Business Travel News, Aug. 6, 2019