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  • What do I do if I think I have seen something of concern?
    Pay Attention Pay close attention to the people in your neighborhood and community. Report behaviors that might be evidence of human trafficking. Call as soon as possible after you make the observations. The fresher the information, the more likely law enforcement can take action. Don't Approach Traffickers Human traffickers are some of the most violent offenders in Texas. Don't approach them yourself. Instead, contact law enforcement and allow them to respond. Report suspicious activity: In an emergency, dial 911. To report suspected human trafficking in non-emergency situations, contact iWatchTexas at 844-643-2251 or You can also report using the iWatchTX app: Info from the Attorney Generals Office
  • What are Red Flags of Human Trafficking?
    This is a list of signs or “red flags” that might indicate that sex trafficking is occurring. Person seems overly fearful, submissive, tense, or paranoid. Person is deferring to another person before giving information. Person has physical injuries or branding such as name tattoos on face or chest, tattoos about money and sex, or pimp phrases. Clothing is inappropriately sexual or inappropriate for weather. Minor is unaccompanied at night or falters in giving an explanation of who they are with and what they are doing. Identification documents are held by another. Person works long or excessive hours or is always available “on demand.” Overly sexual for age or situation. Multiple phones or social media accounts. Signs of unusual wealth without explanation—new jewelry, shoes, phones without any known form of income. Person lives in a “massage” business or is not free to come and go. To submit a referral for someone you suspect has been or is being human trafficked see our Referral Contact page.
  • What is Labor Trafficking?
    This is a list of signs or “red flags” that might indicate that labor trafficking is occurring. Worker is not free to leave premises. Worker lives at the business. Worker is transported to the location by the owner or manager and all workers arrive and leave at the same time. Worker has excessively long and/or unusual hours or is always available on demand. Worker owes a large debt that is continually increasing and cannot be paid off. Workplace has high security features such as opaque windows, bars, locks outside doors. Worker seems to be deferring to another person before giving information, avoids eye contact, or isn’t allowed to speak. Goods or services are priced below general market rates. Someone else controls the worker’s identification documents and finances. Call 911 in an emergency To report human trafficking or for information or resources, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888, or text “Help” or “Info” to 233733. Need more info: Contact
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