Human Trafficking

From NENA Knowledge Base

Human Trafficking includes all acts involved in the transport, harboring, or sale of persons within national or across international borders through coercion, kidnapping, deception, or fraud for the purpose of placing persons in situations of forced labor or services such as domestic servitude, factor or agricultural work; or

Sex trafficking in any commercial sex act induced by force, fraud, or coercion. It is always considered a severe form of trafficking if the person induced to perform the sexual act is under the age of majority, regardless of whether the elements of force, fraud or coercion are involved.

Relevant NENA Documents

NENA-INF-022, NENA Protocol for Handling Calls Regarding Human Trafficking Information Document