TraffickingFree Zones:

Demolishing the Demand
To Purchase Sex-Trafficked Victims

Join the Movement – Become a TraffickingFree Zone (TFZ)

Whether you join the TraffickingFree Zone as an individual, business, law enforcement, church goer or community leader – you will make a difference. You’ll be joining forces with one of the largest anti-sex trafficking movements in the world, and that’s something to be proud of.  There are four steps that you will go through to become a certified TraffickingFree Zone:

  • First step: Training
  • Second step: Sign Proclamation or pledge
  • Third step: Enact Policy Changes
  • Fourth step: Share publically

Once you complete all the steps, you’ll be able to download your certificate to print and share.  Get started today by clicking Become a TFZ

1. Get Trained

Ignorance is not bliss. Click on “training” to access short, informative, online training videos about human trafficking. The U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking training program offers industry-specific human trafficking content designed to educate and engage professionals, advocates, parents, and community members. Developed by experts within each industry, the trainings are strategically designed to increase awareness about human trafficking, advance the participant’s ability to identify those who are being victimized, and deliver tangible methods for participants to get engaged in combating trafficking.

2. Sign a Proclamation or Pledge

Issue a Proclamation declaring your state, county, city, district, company, church, or organization a TraffickingFree Zone. Signing a Proclamation demonstrates your stance against human trafficking and activities which support it. A proclamation sends a clear message to your sphere of influence that you are educated about human trafficking in your community, you are enraged that our children are being exploited, and you are engaged in the effort to stop the trafficking of our children.

As an individual, signing a Stomp Out the Demand Pledge, you’re making a formal promise to not participate, or stop participating in any activities which drive the demand for sex trafficked victims, as well as educating your sphere of influence about human trafficking, and discouraging them from sex buying activities.

3. Enact Policy Changes

Add an organization-wide value or code against sex trafficking and sex buying by using a provided statement, adding to an existing statement, or writing a new statement which suits your company’s needs.

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Whether you are a victim of human trafficking or are seeking to escape the impulse of purchasing sex, we can help you today.