Human Traficking Flashcards Preview

Pedo 1 > Human Traficking > Flashcards

Flashcards in Human Traficking Deck (39)
Loading flashcards...
1

True or false... human trafficking must involve travel, transportation, or movement across state or national borders

False

2

True or false.. sex trafficking and human trafficking is the same thing

False.

3

True or false... a victim of human trafficking can be willing

True. They do not need to be forced or coerced. There doesn't have to be abduction, physical restraint, bondage or torture

4

True or false... victims never want to be in the life but have no choice

False.

5

Define exploitation.

The act of treating someone unfairly in order to benefit from their "work"

6

Define commercial sex act

Any sex act on account of which anything of value is given to or received by any person

7

Define commercial sexual exploitation of children

When individuals buy, trade, or sell sexually acts with a child under 18 (includes child porn, stripping, sex)

8

Define human trafficking

The recruitment, harboring, transportation, provisioning, or obtaining of a person for the purposes of labor or sexual exploitation (involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage, or slavery; or commercial sex act)

9

Define human smuggling

The facilitation, transportation, attempted transportation or illegal entry of a person across an international border, in violation of one or more countries' laws, either clandestinely or through deception, such as the use of fraudulent documents

10

What is sex trafficking?

Human trafficking induced by force, fraud, or coercion to do a commercial sex

*proof of force, fraud, coercion is not required for victims under 18!

11

Define labor trafficking

Human trafficking induced by force, fraud, or coercion for the purposes of subjection to involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage, or slavery

12

Define force

Power

Violence

Constraint against a person

13

Define fraud

Act of deception with criminal intent

14

Define coercion

Threats of serious harm against any person; including schemes intended to threaten indirect harm

15

True or false... organ harvesting is a part of human trafficking

True

16

How many slaves are there worldwide?

3 per 1000 people (20.9 million)

17

How many confirmed U.S trafficking cases were reported in 2016 to the national human trafficking hotline? What percent of these were sex trafficking? What percent were labor trafficking?

7,572

Sex trafficking: 73% (40%, 90% female. 45% US citizens)

Labor trafficking: 16% children. 57% female. 68% foreign nationals or legalized immigrants

18

How many victims of sex trafficking are found each year worldwide?

4.5 million

19

Where does most trafficking take place in the US?

Large urban areas

20

What is the age at which most people enter sex trafficking? What about labor trafficking?

Sex trafficking: 49% enter between ages 12-17

Labor trafficking: 36% enter between ages 12-17

21

What is the average age of people who enter into labor trafficking and sex trafficking?

Sex trafficking: 18

Labor trafficking: 23

22

How many human trafficking victims were found in utah from 07-16?

189


There were 630 calls to the hotline

23

What is DMST?

Domestic minor sex trafficking

Exploitative crimes of sexual nature committed against minors within the US

24

What are some examples of exploitative crimes in DMST?

Trafficking a minor for sexual exploitation (child porn, stripping/dancing, sexual acts)

Exploiting a minor through survival sex

Exploiting a minor through "prostitution"

25

What are the top personal risk factors for human trafficking?

Poverty
Homelessness
Substance use
Sexual abuse/assault
Child abuse/neglect
Runaway/throwaway
Juvenile justice system or foster care involve the
LGBTQIQ
Domestic violence
Mental health problems or concerns
Displaced persons (refugees)

26

Before being trafficked, victims are more likely to have a history of...

Trauma, physical and/or sexual abuse, emotional abuse, neglect, abandonment, divorce, IPC, substance abuse

27

What are the community factors involved with human trafficking?

High homeless and runaway/throwaway youth populations

Presence of adult prostitution

Large population of unattached and/or transient males (truck stops, casinos)

Gangs

Organized crime

International borders, smuggling routes

28

Who are the traffickers?

Romantic situation (32%)

Benefactors (10%) (money, shelter, food)

Job offer (10%) (modeling/acting)

Familial/friend (10%)

Combination (31%)

29

What are the primary venues of CSEC?

Hotel/motel based
Street based
Brothel


Online classifieds are a common avenue

30

___ years is the average lifespan of a victim of human trafficking

7 years!