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    • Human TraffickingOverviewWhy Trafficking ExistsThe TraffickersThe VictimsThe FacilitatorsMyths & MisconceptionsAnti-Trafficking EffortsSex Trafficking in the U.S.Labor Trafficking in the U.S.Recognizing the SignsInternational TraffickingTrafficking FAQsState-by-State ResourcesCalendar of EventsThe NHTRC Human Trafficking Report a Tip Access Training Resources Map Get Involved ContactTraffickers include those who recruit, transport, harbor, obtain,andexploit victims, oftenusingforce, threats, lies, or otherphysical andpsychological methods of control. They canbeforeignnationals andU.S. citizens, males andfemales, familymembers, intimate partners, acquaintances, andstrangers.Basedonananalysis of humantraffickingcases that have beenidentified, examples of potential traffickers include:PimpsIntimate partners/family membersGangs andcriminal networksBrothel andfake massage business owners andmanagersGrowers andcrewleaders inagricultureLabor brokersEmployers of domestic servantsSmall business owners andmanagersLarge factory owners andcorporationsTraffickers lure victims into exploitative situations oftenbypreyingontheir hopes to improve their lives andthe lives oftheir families. They oftenpromise achance for abetter life –agoodjob, alovingrelationship, or newandexcitingopportunities. Inother cases, traffickers kidnapvictims andusephysical andpsychological violence to control them, forcingtheminto labor or commercial sexual exploitation.A wide range of criminals, includingindividual pimps, familyoperations, small businesses, loose-knit decentralizedcriminalnetworks, andinternational organizedcriminal operations, canbe humantraffickers. Oftenthe traffickers andtheir victimsshare the same national, ethnic, or cultural background,allowingthe trafficker to better understandandexploit thevulnerabilities of their victims.There are two primary factors that drive humantraffickers:highprofits andlowrisk. This powerful combinationis drivingthe explosive spreadof humantrafficking, makingit one of thefastest-growingcriminal industries inthe world.Click here for more informationonsex traffickingnetworksoperatinginthe U.S andhere for more informationonlaborA group of traffickers in Washington, D.C.work together as a group to intimidate aprostituted woman in a brutal practice knownas a "Pimp Circle." Through this loosecooperation, these traffickers make it verydifficult for victims to escape.An international trafficker, featured in the filmNot My Life, describes how he beganexploiting young girls before he wassentenced to ten years in prison.Human traffickers lure and ensnare individuals into labor trafficking and sextrafficking situations using methods of control such as force, fraud, or coercion.There is no one profile of a trafficker. Essentially, human traffickers can beanyone who is willing to exploit another human being for profit.The Traffickers E-mail PrintShareSIGN UP BLOG SEARCH LOGINABOUT USABOUT US WHAT WE DOWHAT WE DO HUMAN TRAFFICKING TAKE ACTIONTAKE ACTION RESOURCESRESOURCES MEDIAMEDIA GIVEGIVEconverted by Web2PDFConvert.com
    • Top ResourcesHumanTraffickingNational HumanTraffickingResourceCenterSex TraffickingintheU.S.RecognizingtheSignsTheVictimsClient Quotestraffickingnetworks operatinginthe U.S.ContactPolaris ProjectP.O. Box 53315Washington, D.C. 20009Tel: 202-745-1001Fax: 202-745-1119Email Polaris ProjectWhat We DoNational Human Trafficking HotlinePolicyAdvocacyClient ServicesTraining and TechnicalAssistancePublic Outreach and CommunicationsFellowship ProgramConnect Search Join Our NetworkPrivacy Policy | Copyright 2013 Polaris Project.Sitemap Loginsearch the site enter your emailMore Client Stories"If I call here at anytime, Iknow someone will be here tohelp."converted by Web2PDFConvert.com