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Ashley Moody Recognizes January as National Human Trafficking Prevention Month

Last week, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody recognized National Human Trafficking Prevention Month by highlighting resources to help Floridians spot and report the crime. According to the most recent study by Polaris, Florida ranks third...
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Ashley Moody Working With Uber on Human Trafficking Prevention Education Before Super Bowl LV

With the game less than two weeks away, Moody and Uber have launched a virtual education video to educate thousands of drivers and customers on how to better understand the crime of human trafficking, how it presents in our communities and what to do when they suspect someone is being trafficked. This is the second straight year the Attorney General’s Office has joined with Uber to educate drivers to help spot and report incidences of human trafficking in the days leading up to the National Football League's (NFL) championship game.

Ashley Moody, FLHSMV Launch Phase Two of Efforts to Crack Down on Human Trafficking...

The joint effort between Moody’s office and FLHSMV is funded through a U.S. Department of Transportation grant issued to FLHSMV to help train drivers and raise awareness about human trafficking on America’s roadways.
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Ashley Moody Recognizes National Human Trafficking Prevention Month

The COVID-19 pandemic changed the daily routines of millions of Americans, including how human traffickers operate their criminal enterprises—driving even more illicit activity online.

Ashley Moody, FLHSMV Launch Effort to Bring Truck Drivers into the Fight Against Human...

The campaign, Highway Heroes, involves a multimedia campaign, outreach materials mailed directly to commercial driver license holders and a new website with resources to educate drivers on how to identify victims and report suspected human trafficking.

Ashley Moody Warns Super Bowl LIV Could Lead to More Human Trafficking in South...

“According to the International Labor Organization, forced labor and human trafficking is a $150 billion industry globally with an estimated 40.3 million victims worldwide. With Florida hosting multiple high-profile events in the coming months, human traffickers may try to take advantage of the festivities to profit off the pain of others,” Moody’s office noted.
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