Human Trafficking Business Plan
Florida is a Zero-Tolerance State for Human Trafficking

Attorney General Bondi is joining forces with Florida's business community to stop human trafficking. Businesses are uniquely positioned to help stop human trafficking. For example, businesses can join this fight by ensuring there is no human trafficking within their supply chains and by training employees to recognize the signs of human trafficking and to report suspected cases.

Attorney General Bondi has partnered with businesses in industries ranging from restaurants and lodging and from trucking and to retail. She has provided a toolkit, consisting of educational material intended to help businesses create and implement their own zero-tolerance human trafficking plans. Additionally, she will be meeting with businesses throughout Florida to discuss how these plans can be developed and implemented.

To view Attorney General Bondi's Zero-Tolerance for Human Trafficking Toolkit for businesses, follow the links below:

Attorney General Bondi thanks the following associations for their participation in this initiative:

  • Associated Industries of Florida
  • Florida Chamber Foundation
  • Florida Petroleum Council
  • Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association
  • Florida Retail Federation
  • Florida Trucking Association

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Florida is a zero-tolerance state for Human Trafficking

THE NATIONAL
HUMAN TRAFFICKING
HOTLINE
1-888-373-7888

OR

THE U.S. DEPARTMENT
OF JUSTICE HOTLINE
1-888-428-7581

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FLORIDA ABUSE HOTLINE
1-800-96-ABUSE

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REPORT IT TO YOUR
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