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Great piece of news that came out today! 

Hotel chains such as Hilton, Hyatt and Wyndham have also partnered with ECPAT-USA (the leading anti-trafficking policy organization in the United States) in training staff to spot tell-tell signs of human trafficking. 

Detective Sergeant Nunzio Tramontozzi who is the head of Toronto Police’s sex crimes and human-trafficking enforcement team, says that his team has dealt with over 1,000 cases of human trafficking over the past five years.  

“90 per cent of them, if not more occur in or involve a hotel."

"Staff are told to keep an eye out for both potential traffickers and victims, for example, difficult patrons who might be unwilling to provide ID, or who are seen repeatedly escorting different men up to a room."

Read more from the Globe and Mail...

If you want to learn more about human trafficking and how to identify common impacts on survivors, approaches that service providers can use to helps survivors, EENet has a free, self-directed course that will go over these objectives. Click here. 

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