Pay special attention to any person, especially a minor, who is...
Unusually fearful, anxious, or submissive, or showing signs of physical abuse.
Monitored, controlled, or guarded by someone else at all times, or who is prohibited from interacting with others.
Unaware of what city they are in or unable to explain the purpose of their stay.
Not in control of their own money or documents.
A child under the age of 18 in a suspicious circumstance, such as being alone at a hotel.
You have a duty to report, regardless of your job, and can do so anonymously.
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