Photo credit : DBK - Driver Josh Radcliff in a truck owned by DB Kustom Trucks co-owner, Dave Brown.
This article first appeared in the QC Mile Marker newsletter.
Human trafficking is all around us and can be found at truck stops, on city streets and businesses that appear to be legitimate. Trafficking is far more common in the United States than you would ever imagine.Truckers Against Trafficking (“TAT”), a 501 c3 non-profit, is making a difference. TAT’s mission is to educate, equip and mobilize the trucking industry to recognize the signs of human trafficking and know how to respond to it.
Quality wants to support this initiative and make TAT training available to everyone within the QC network. Drivers trained by TAT have made an impact by knowing the signs and signals of trafficking and making a phone call to report something suspicious. Trained TAT drivers have: