Human trafficking is rampant across the United States and it’s in your neighborhood. It's found in local businesses and especially in what we call Frontline Industries — airports, apartments, and hotels — where trafficking victims are forced to move, work and sleep everyday.
BAATC has observed this Move, Work, Sleep pattern in local trafficking cases, and have created a targeted approach to disrupt this cycle at three points that traffickers rely on daily.
We train the frontline workers who are uniquely positioned to see trafficking every day to identify and report the signs of human trafficking.
We disrupt the cycle of trafficking where victims Move, Work and Sleep by equipping frontline workers to spot trafficking and intervene for victims.
We establish strategic partnerships and create systems and protocols that effectively bring transformation to local communities.