Human Trafficking Awareness
This program for 9-12 graders promotes awareness of human trafficking and how to avoid becoming a victim of it. Participants will become aware of the signs of human trafficking and will learn how to recognize and report suspected activity.
What Is Human Trafficking?
Human trafficking is a crime against another person involving force, fraud or coercion to gain labor or commercial sex acts. This is the same as “modern slavery.”
- Human trafficking victims fit no single profile. They can be any age, gender or nationality
- Three out of four victims are trafficked online
- You can say “NO”
- Be alert
- Any minor (under 18) involved in a sex act (for money) is a victim of human trafficking
- ICE (Homeland Security) investigates human trafficking cases and supports victims
What We Teach
- Age-appropriate Informational programming
- To be aware of unsafe situations
What We Provide
- An interactive presentation with facts and detailed information
- Knowledgeable speakers
- A question-and-answer time
- Summary sheet of possible resources for school staff
Details of the Program
- Target Grades: 9th thru 12th
- Length of Program: 45-60 minutes
- This program can be modified and presented to adults
Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital partners with Broward County Sheriff's Office to provide this program.
Our Partners in Education Programs are coordinated by Memorial Community Relations. Please call 954-276-1250 for more information or complete this form to request a program.