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AG’s office partners with TIA to bring awareness to human trafficking

  • Fans had the unique opportunity Saturday morning to get a chance to see local and national media in action interviewing coaches and players,
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  • YouCanStopHT.com, which aims to educate the public on signs of human trafficking and provides phone numbers of contacts to report suspected human trafficking.
  • Bondi commented on the Uber driver in Sacramento who recognized the signs of human trafficking and saved a life.
  • The map reflect cases in which the location of the potential trafficking was known.

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is holding a news conference at the Tampa International Airport on Friday to discuss human trafficking aw…

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TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi announced a partnership with the Tampa International Airport on Friday to bring awareness to human trafficking.

Bondi announced the website. YouCanStopHT.com, which aims to educate the public on signs of human trafficking and provides phone numbers of contacts to report suspected human trafficking.

Signage with the link to the website will be present at TIA.

“Other airports throughout the country will hopefully take out lead,” Bondi said.

Bondi commented on the Uber driver in Sacramento who recognized the signs of human trafficking and saved a life.

Bondi was joined by Representative Ross Spano and Chief Paul Sireci, Director of Public Safety and Security for the Hillsborough County Aviation Authority.

This map reflect cases in which the location of the potential trafficking was known. Some cases may involve more than one location and are not reflected in this map.

Important Note: The data displayed in this graphic was generated based on information communicated to the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline via phone, email, and online tip report. The NHTRC cannot verify the accuracy of the information reported. This is not a comprehensive report on the scale or scope of human trafficking within the state. These statistics may be subject to change as new information emerges.

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AG’s office partners with TIA to bring awareness to human trafficking

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