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Busing on the Lookout is a training program provided by Truckers Against Trafficking. When building an army to fight a crime like human trafficking, the bus industry has a key role to fill. Through their sheer numbers, extensive travels and the nature of their jobs, members of the bus industry—commercial and school—are uniquely positioned to provide an extra set of eyes and ears for law enforcement in recovering victims and arresting traffickers.

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Three EMBARK employees credited with preventing human trafficking situation in Oklahoma City

Jan. 27, 2022
As part of the fight against human trafficking, EMBARK has TSA-led training programs for new employees and ongoing training from Buses on the Lookout.

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Truckers Against Trafficking reports there are several points of intersection between transit and human trafficking: Traffickers recruit victims at bus stops or transit centers and utilize buses to transport victims to and from places where they will be sold. When victims are able to get out, transit can be a lifeline.
Truckers Against Trafficking reports there are several points of intersection between transit and human trafficking: Traffickers recruit victims at bus stops or transit centers and utilize buses to transport victims to and from places where they will be sold. When victims are able to get out, transit can be a lifeline.
Truckers Against Trafficking reports there are several points of intersection between transit and human trafficking: Traffickers recruit victims at bus stops or transit centers and utilize buses to transport victims to and from places where they will be sold. When victims are able to get out, transit can be a lifeline.
Truckers Against Trafficking reports there are several points of intersection between transit and human trafficking: Traffickers recruit victims at bus stops or transit centers and utilize buses to transport victims to and from places where they will be sold. When victims are able to get out, transit can be a lifeline.
Truckers Against Trafficking reports there are several points of intersection between transit and human trafficking: Traffickers recruit victims at bus stops or transit centers and utilize buses to transport victims to and from places where they will be sold. When victims are able to get out, transit can be a lifeline.
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Transit on the lookout to combat human trafficking

June 9, 2020
Given their essential role in communities throughout the United States and Canada, transit agencies have a particularly important part to play in combating this crime.