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The Indiana Protection for Abused and Trafficked Humans Task Force (IPATH)

Posted by: Kacey Starwalt on Thursday, June 30, 2016

The Indiana Protection for Abused and Trafficked Humans Task Force (IPATH)

What is IPATH?

IPATH stands for Indiana Protection for Abused and Trafficked Humans

 

What does IPATH do?

IPATH provides education to the community, groups of individuals, or professionals about human trafficking.

 

3 Main Goals of IPATH

  1. Strengthen law enforcement’s ability to find and rescue victims of human trafficking.
  2. Provide resources and training to enhance people’s ability to identify and report cases of human trafficking to the national human trafficking hotline or local law enforcement.
  3. Provide a variety of services to support victims of human trafficking 

 

Who is involved in IPATH?

Law enforcement specialists, social service providers, health providers, legal service providers, awareness and education organizations, and passionate community members and groups are all part of IPATH.

 

How can YOU help?

  1. Check out INNotBuyingIt.org to learn how you can support the Indiana’s Not Buying It campaign.
  2. Reach out to Purchased if you have a group you wish to be educated on the topic of human trafficking.
  3. Report anonymously any suspicious cases of human trafficking to the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline (1 (888) 373-7888) or text BeFree (233733). 
  4. Volunteer your talents to a local organization working toward the mission of ending modern day slavery.
  5. Teach your children about the importance of internet safety
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