Human Traffic Watch

Taxi firms lend a hand in human trafficking fight

In Awareness, Human Trafficking on December 29, 2012 at 12:34 pm

TAXI companies in Portadown have joined the fight against human trafficking in the town.

Cab firms have been advised of the signs of trafficking so that they might be able to know how to respond to any suspicious activity as they are out and about.

Firms are displaying posters with the signs of trafficking on them in their offices and have been given stickers that drivers can put on their dashboards to remind them to report any suspicions to Crimestoppers and show their solidarity with the issue.

The initiative follows the continuing work of human trafficking awareness voluntary group Craigavon A.C.T. (Active Communities Against Trafficking) and Craigavon Intercultural Programme’s project ‘Freedom Acts’.

 Source: Portadown Times

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