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True Justice International FAQs

 For immediate help, call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline at:

1 (888) 373-7888
Or
Text “Be Free” (233733)

Q: What is human trafficking?

A: Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery in which traffickers use force, fraud, or coercion to control victims for the purpose of engaging in commercial sex acts or labor services against his/her will.

Sex trafficking has been found in a wide variety of venues within the sex industry, including residential brothels, escort services, fake massage businesses, strip clubs, and street prostitution.

Labor trafficking has been found in diverse labor settings including, domestic work, small businesses, large farms, and factories.

Human Trafficking is a $150 billion dollar industry, second only to drug trafficking.

https://traffickingresourcecenter.org/type-trafficking/human-trafficking

Q: I thought slavery was eliminated after the Civil War? How many slaves could there still be?

A: The average person is unaware that slavery and trafficking still exist. Unfortunately there are approximately 20.9 million people trapped in sexual or labor slavery today.

  • 68% of them are trapped in forced labor.
  • 26% of them are children.
  • 55% are women and girls.

https://polarisproject.org/facts

Q: What does True Justice International do to fight these injustices?

A: The goal of TJI is to execute true justice on a global scale in order to promote the restoration of humanity with mercy and compassion through strategic initiatives that focus on the injustices fueling human trafficking. (see TJI Initiatives)

A: Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery in which traffickers use force, fraud, or coercion to control victims for the purpose of engaging in commercial sex acts or labor services against his/her will.

Sex trafficking has been found in a wide variety of venues within the sex industry, including residential brothels, escort services, fake massage businesses, strip clubs, and street prostitution.

Labor trafficking has been found in diverse labor settings including, domestic work, small businesses, large farms, and factories.

Human Trafficking is a $150 billion dollar industry, second only to drug trafficking.

https://traffickingresourcecenter.org/type-trafficking/human-trafficking

Q: How do I know if someone is a trafficker or pimp?

A: Know the Trafficker Warning Signs:

  • Person gets easily jealous, over controlling, or violent
  • Significantly older friend or “girlfriend”
  • Promises things that seem too good to be true
  • Encourages you to engage in illegal activities and suggests they know how you can make a lot of money
  • Buys expensive gifts and flashes money
  • Is vague about their profession and makes you feel responsible for their financial stability
  • Gets pushy or demanding about sex

Q: How do I know if someone is being trafficked or abused?

A: Know the Sex-Trafficking Warning Signs:

  • Signs of Physical abuse
  • Excessive, unexplained absence from school
  • Unusual tattoo (pimps sometimes brand their victims)
  • Withdrawn, depressed, distracted, fearful, anxious, submissive
  • New expensive clothing, shoes, and accessories

This list is not exhaustive and is only a sample of possible indicators. Additionally, the signs in this list may not be present in all trafficking cases.

You can learn more at: www.traffickingresourcecenter.org

Q: What is the most common form of trafficking?

A: Sex trafficking accounts for 75% of all trafficking cases while labor trafficking is the second most common at 13%. www.poloarisproject.org

There are several ways True Justice International may be a resource to you. Please contact TJI if you would like to:
  • Host an awareness event in your area
  • Receive free warning sign cards
  • Invite a TJI qualified staff member to speak at your church or organization

There are also several ways you may partner with TJI. Please contact us for a list of ways in which you, your church or civic organization can partner with us!

Here’s How We Can Help You Spread the Word


Speaking engagements
with qualified presenters.


Faith based human
trafficking movies and documentaries.


Curriculum for
engaging the youth.


Church resources to include
warning signs, postcards, and other educational materials.


Provide trained mentors
for individuals who are vulnerable or have experienced human trafficking.


Provide a list
of professional counselors.

We reach into the darkest of cities to bring the light of Jesus.