Manual developed by the Texas Human Trafficking Prevention Task Force to equip educators with the knowledge to understand, recognize, and report human trafficking.

Introduction to Human Trafficking: A Guide for Texas Education Professionals - Texas Human Trafficking Prevention Task Force, 2014 DOWNLOAD

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