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“HUMAN TRAFFICKING is the business of stealing freedom for profit. In some cases, traffickers trick, defraud or physically force victims into selling sex. In others, victims are lied to, assaulted, threatened or manipulated into working under inhumane, illegal or otherwise unacceptable conditions. It is a multi-billion dollar criminal industry that denies freedom to 24.9 million people around the world.”

THE POLARIS PROJECT

National Human Trafficking Hotline Cases

(2007-2018) 51,919
(2018) 10,949
(2017) 8773
(2016) 7748
(2015) 5714

Cases are defined as situations of human trafficking, which may involve more than one victim

 

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Physical Effects of Human Trafficking

While not all victims of trafficking have physical indicators that aid identification, many victims suffer serious health issues, some of which may include the following:

» Signs of physical abuse, such as bruises, broken bones, burns, and scarring;

 

» Chronic back, visual, or hearing problems from work in agriculture, construction, or
manufacturing;

 

» Skin or respiratory problems caused by exposure to agricultural or other chemicals;

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»Infectious diseases, such as tuberculosis and hepatitis, which are spread in overcrowded,
unsanitary environments with limited ventilation;

 

» Untreated chronic illnesses, such as diabetes or cardiovascular disease; or

 

» Reproductive health problems, including sexually transmitted diseases, urinary tract infections, pelvic pain and injuries from sexual assault, or forced abortions.

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