Our Site is wholly committed to raising awareness of the human trafficking issue. We are a private, online business that chooses to be conscientious of this problem. We pledge to implement internal anti-trafficking initiatives and maintain advocacy efforts to battle the global human trafficking problem. In the event that we become aware of any incident of trafficking, we cooperate enthusiastically with state and federal law enforcement officials assigned to combating this vile abuse of human rights.
Please report any suspicion of activity possibly related to human trafficking to the appropriate authorities and/or any of the following anti-trafficking enforcement resources below:
One of the Interpol main activities are fight against human trafficking and crimes against children. To report a crime or suspicion of crime: Contact Interpol Here
Ban Ying Counseling and coordination Center against trafficking in Persons Anklamer Strasse 38, 10115 Berlin
Anklamer Strasse 38, 10115 Berlin
Telephone: +49 30 440 63 73
Federal Ministry of the Interior
Alt-Moabit 101D, 10559 Berlin
Telephone: +49 3018 681 0
Report human trafficking
If you have information about human trafficking or hold urgent information that requires an immediate response dial 999.
If you hold information that could lead to the identification, discovery and recovery of victims in the UK, you can also contact the charity Crimes toppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Anti-slavery International (Non Government Organisation)
Thomas Clarkson House
The Stableyard, Broomgrove Road, London SW9 9TL
Telephone +49 30 440 63 73
Phone: +44 (0)20 7501 8920
General Secretary: Elisabeth Moiron-braud
Telephone +49 30 440 63 73
National Coordinator: Eric Panloup
CNCDH :Christine Lazerges
Telephone +33 142757705
Adviser on Human Trafficking :Cécile Riou-Batista
Telephone +33 142757706
Dutch National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children
PO Box 20301
2500 EH The Hague
2511 EM The Hague
Telephone +31 (0) 70 370 45 14
Anti-Trafficking Education & Training
For additional anti-trafficking resources, please visit the following websites:
Child Pornography / Exploitation Reporting
Child pornography or child exploitation activity can be directly reported to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, through the CyberTip Hotline, available at: MissingKids.com.
WARNING SIGNS OF POSSIBLE HUMAN TRAFFICKING:
While one of these signs, on its own, may not present a trafficking concern, multiple signs indicate a potential red flag. Use common sense, and contact the appropriate authorities if you suspect that someone is being trafficked.
Learn the potential warning signs of human trafficking here: Polaris Project.
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