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What are some of the reasons that a victim in a human trafficking case may not identify him or herself as a victim?
2)some victims, even those beaten and sexually abused, believe their current situation is better than the – – – –

One the left behind in their previous home or countries of origin

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What are some of the reasons that a victim in a human trafficking case may not identify him or herself as a victim?
3) victims may believe that it is their fault they are in their present situation because-------

They initially agreed to come to this country illegally

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What are some of the reasons that a victim in a human trafficking case may not identify him or herself as a victim?
4) – – – differences and differences in the – – – of their countries of origin may also lead to them not making it out cry

Cultural differences and differences in the law

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What are some of the reasons that a victim in a human trafficking case may not identify him or herself as a victim?
5) The victim fears that the trafficker will – – –. Many victims have children who are in the control of the trafficker and other family in their countries of origin who remain within reach of the traffic or or the trafficker's organization

Punish him/her or their families

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Indicators of domestic minor sex trafficking and human trafficking:
The victim appears to be under the control of another person. Signs may include:
a) another person will – – – when an officer asks a question or the victim's responses appeared to be coached

Answer for the victims

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indicators of domestic minor sex trafficking and human trafficking:
The victim appears to be under the control of another person. Signs may include:
b)The victim has physical injuries and ------ or unlikely ones are given for those injuries

No explanations

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Indicators of domestic minor sex trafficking and human trafficking:
The victim appears to be under the control of another person. Signs may include:
c) The victims appear – – –, – – –, or – – – with what is occurring

Afraid, depressed, or unconcerned

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Indicators of domestic minor sex trafficking and human trafficking:
The victim appears to be under the control of another person. Signs may include:
d) The victim does not have – – – or may be monitored when away from the trafficker. They are not allowed to socialize with others

Freedom of movement

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Indicators of domestic minor sex trafficking and human trafficking:
The victim appears to be under the control of another person. Signs may include:
e) The victims may appear to have been deprived of – -----or – -----and may appear malnourished or I'll.

Food or medical care

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Indicators of domestic minor sex trafficking and human trafficking:
The victim appears to be under the control of another person. Signs may include:
f). The juvenile victim may refer to – – – as her boyfriend or give a familiar relationship to a person not legally related to her

Much older person

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Indicators of domestic minor sex trafficking and human trafficking:
The victim may be dependent on – – – which the trafficker uses as a means of keeping victims under control.

Drugs

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Indicators of domestic minor sex trafficking and human trafficking:
The victim may have no – – – or – – – in his/her possession and give implausible explanations of what happened to their – – –. This traffic or is likely to be in possession of these documents.

Identification or passport
identification

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Indicators of domestic minor sex trafficking and human trafficking:
If the person is a – – – engaged in a commercial sex act or is being compelled into prostitution, they should be evaluated as a potential victims of human trafficking

Juvenile

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The location and Officer response to may indicate that it's being used for human trafficking indications include:
1) use of ------- or -------
2) fencing designed to keep people inside rather than keeping them out
3) any locks on the doors which is designed to lock people in and not to lock people out
4) sleeping arrangements such as bunkbeds or single rooms possibly with curtains or doors for privacy
5) large amounts of paper towels,toilet paper, or other cleaning items near the beds
6). Large quantity of condoms readily available by beds

Guards or watchmen

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The location and Officer response to may indicate that it's being used for human trafficking indications include:
1) use of guards or watchmen
2) fencing designed to keep people -------
3) any locks on the doors which is designed to lock people in and not to lock people out
4) sleeping arrangements such as bunkbeds or single rooms possibly with curtains or doors for privacy
5) large amounts of paper towels,toilet paper, or other cleaning items near the beds
6). Large quantity of condoms readily available by beds

Inside rather than keeping them out

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The location and Officer response to may indicate that it's being used for human trafficking indications include:
1) use of guards or watchmen
2) fencing designed to keep people inside rather than keeping them out
3) any locks on the doors which is designed to ---------
4) sleeping arrangements such as bunkbeds or single rooms possibly with curtains or doors for privacy
5) large amounts of paper towels,toilet paper, or other cleaning items near the beds
6). Large quantity of condoms readily available by beds

Lock people in and not to lock people out

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The location and Officer response to may indicate that it's being used for human trafficking indications include:
1) use of guards or watchmen
2) fencing designed to keep people inside rather than keeping them out
3) any locks on the doors which is designed to lock people in and not to lock people out
4) sleeping arrangements such as ----------
5) large amounts of paper towels,toilet paper, or other cleaning items near the beds
6). Large quantity of condoms readily available by beds

Bunkbeds or single rooms possibly with curtains or doors for privacy

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The location and Officer response to may indicate that it's being used for human trafficking indications include:
1) use of guards or watchmen
2) fencing designed to keep people inside rather than keeping them out
3) any locks on the doors which is designed to lock people in and not to lock people out
4) sleeping arrangements such as bunkbeds or single rooms possibly with curtains or doors for privacy
5) large amounts of ------,--------,or-------- near the beds
6). Large quantity of condoms readily available by beds

Paper towel, toilet paper, or other cleaning items

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The location and Officer response to may indicate that it's being used for human trafficking indications include:
1) use of guards or watchmen
2) fencing designed to keep people inside rather than keeping them out
3) any locks on the doors which is designed to lock people in and not to lock people out
4) sleeping arrangements such as bunkbeds or single rooms possibly with curtains or doors for privacy
5) large amounts of paper towels,toilet paper, or other cleaning items near the beds
6). Large quantity of ------ readily available by beds

Condoms

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Some questions that may be asked of a suspected human trafficking victim to confirm that investigation is needed include:
1) Do you know --------?
2) are you doing the job that you were promised you would be doing?
3) are you free to come and go as you want?
4) are you ever hit or punished by your boss or others who live or work with you?
5). Has anyone threatened to hurt you or your family if you did not work here or do what they say?
6) has anyone taken pictures of you and posted them on the Internet?

Do you know what city you are in right now?

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Some questions that may be asked of a suspected human trafficking victim to confirm that investigation is needed include:
1) Do you know what city you are in right now?
2) are you doing the job that -------?
3) are you free to come and go as you want?
4) are you ever hit or punished by your boss or others who live or work with you?
5). Has anyone threatened to hurt you or your family if you did not work here or do what they say?
6) has anyone taken pictures of you and posted them on the Internet?

you were promised you would be doing

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Some questions that may be asked of a suspected human trafficking victim to confirm that investigation is needed include:
1) Do you know what city you are in right now?
2) are you doing the job that you were promised you would be doing?
3) are you free to --------?
4) are you ever hit or punished by your boss or others who live or work with you?
5). Has anyone threatened to hurt you or your family if you did not work here or do what they say?
6) has anyone taken pictures of you and posted them on the Internet?

Come and go as you want

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Some questions that may be asked of a suspected human trafficking victim to confirm that investigation is needed include:
1) Do you know what city you are in right now?
2) are you doing the job that you were promised you would be doing?
3) are you free to come and go as you want?
4) are you ever -------------?
5). Has anyone threatened to hurt you or your family if you did not work here or do what they say?
6) has anyone taken pictures of you and posted them on the Internet?

Hit or punished by your boss or others who live or work with you

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Some questions that may be asked of a suspected human trafficking victim to confirm that investigation is needed include:
1) Do you know what city you are in right now?
2) are you doing the job that you were promised you would be doing?
3) are you free to come and go as you want?
4) are you ever hit or punished by your boss or others who live or work with you?
5). Has anyone threatened to ------
6) has anyone taken pictures of you and posted them on the Internet?

Hurt you or your family if you did not work here or do what they say

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Some questions that may be asked of a suspected human trafficking victim to confirm that investigation is needed include:
1) Do you know what city you are in right now?
2) are you doing the job that you were promised you would be doing?
3) are you free to come and go as you want?
4) are you ever hit or punished by your boss or others who live or work with you?
5). Has anyone threatened to hurt you or your family if you did not work here or do what they say?
6) has anyone taken pictures of you and ------?

Posted them on the Internet

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In regards to officer safety:
Officers should be alert to the indicators of human trafficking while responding to any call. Attention should be given to
1) ------11 stationed in windows or on nearby rooftops and
2) Barbwire fences where the Barb is angled to keep people inside the property

Watchmen or security guards including rifleman

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In regards to officer safety:
Officers should be alert to the indicators of human trafficking while responding to any call. Attention should be given to
1) watchmen or security guards, including rifleman stationed in windows or on nearby rooftops and
2) Barbwire fences where the -------

Barb is angled to keep people inside the property

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Since many human traffickers are affiliated with criminal organizations they often have contacts in other countries and the means to flee the United States quickly. Therefore, – – – and – – – actors is critical

Expedient identification and apprehension

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In regards to officer safety:
Human traffickers may be armed and feel that they – – – and/or believe they will not be caught because they can exit the country and detected

Have nothing to lose by harming or killing a law-enforcement officer who attempt to arrest them

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Supervisory officer's responsibilities in a suspected human trafficking case:
A) ensure that the applicable procedures are followed
B) respond to requests for guidance and direction from subordinates in suspected cases and
C) ensure the – – – has been notified

Proper follow-up unit

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Patrol /UEDI responsibilities and he suspected human smuggling case.
These cases usually require the response of a – – – agency

Federal law enforcement

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When members receive information of a possible human trafficking case from a third party, members will immediately notify – – – to relay the information and for further guidance

Appropriate follow-up unit

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Follow-up unit responsibilities in a suspected human smuggling case:
Notify and coordinate with – – – and provide assistance as necessary and within the bounds of the department's rules, regulations, policies and procedures

Federal authorities

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During the follow up unit responsibilities of a suspected human smuggling case.
Members will seek the guidance of a – – – if questions arise.

Supervisor

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What are some of the reasons that a victim in a human trafficking case may not identify him or herself as a victim?
1)The victims belief that the government, especially the police, will ------- them if they come forward.

Arrest and/or deport