DHS, others fight against human trafficking

Recently, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Blue Campaign observed their fifth year fighting human trafficking in the U.S. The DHS Blue Campaign brings together DHS, law enforcement, government, non-governmental, and private organizations to assist trafficking victims and bring traffickers to justice.

In a statement commemorating the Blue Campaign milestone, Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas said that “Ending human trafficking in the United States requires the collective resolve of all corners of our nation, and we are grateful to work alongside our committed partners in this effort.”

Over the past five years, the DHS Blue Campaign has become a national leader on anti-trafficking training, providing training to tens of thousands of federal human trafficking task forces, law enforcement and security professionals, and airline employees. They have also implemented a nationwide public awareness campaign to better equip the American public to recognize and report the indicators of human trafficking.

For more information on DHS’s Blue Campaign, please follow the links below.
DHS Blue Campaign Five Year Milestone, Department of Homeland Security
Blue Campaign, Department of Homeland Security

Blue Campaign Chair Maria Odom, Deputy Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, U.S. Representative Ted Yoho, and White House National Security Council Senior Director Alice Hill participate in the commemoration. (Image: Department of Homeland Security)

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