08.02.2018

Labor Trafficking in Oakland

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ALWAYS CALL 911 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
 

Yes, Oakland is a hotspot for exploitation

People are tricked with false promises of well-paid jobs and comfortable accommodation. The reality is they are forced to work long hours for little or no pay and live in squalid, overcrowded conditions.

In Oakland human trafficking victims can be exploited in construction, restaurants, and domestic servitude. 

Learn more about how to SPOT THE SIGNS of human trafficking.

Seen anything suspicious? Report it.

National Human Trafficking Hotline                     888-373-7888

HEAT Hotline                                                             510-208-4959

 

Download the Intelligence Report to learn more about the different industries in which of labor exploitation takes place around the Bay Area.

 

STOP THE TRAFFIK is working in collaboration with local organizations, law enforcement and the No Traffick Ahead work group to raise awareness, mobilize communities and increase community resilience to human trafficking in the Bay Area.

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We received 418 reports of potential exploitation of workers in the food industry in 2018. That includes those working in pubs, hotels, restaurants and takeaways. Popping out for a bite to eat this week? Keep your eyes peeled for signs of exploitation and call us on 0800 432 0804

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