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NASHVILLE IS A WONDERFUL CITY!

HELP US KEEP IT SAFE

AND FAMILY-FRIENDLY!

Human trafficking

red flags

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.

How to report suspected

human trafficking

EMERGENCY (IMMEDIATE DANGER): 911

SUSPECTED HUMAN TRAFFICKING: 1-855-55-TNHTH

 

help us spread

the word

Download printable posters and social media graphics to help raise awareness

about human trafficking and the resources available in Tennessee and beyond

to help victims become survivors.

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Tennessee leads the way nationally in the fight against human trafficking.

Click here to learn more about the research, the state's laws,

and those on the front lines addressing this important issue.

 

Need help?

When you're ready, there's a way out and resources that can help you on your journey. Text 'BeFree' to 23373 or click below to get started.

outside

tennessee?

Connect with the National Human Trafficking Hotline for more data, links to local resources, and more information.