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1,014,367 TAT Trained
People are registered as TAT Trained on our website. This is up from 845,115 at the end of 2019.
 2,692 Calls Made
Calls have been received by the National Human Trafficking Hot- line (NHTH) by people identifying themselves as truckers between the time the hotline began on Dec. 7, 2007 and mid-year 2020.* These calls reported a total of 708 cases of potential human traf- ficking, involving 1,296 potential victims. Prior to 2,009 when TAT began, the NHTH reports they had received only three calls total from truckers. Ongoing surveys of truckers reveal that calls to the hotline show only one slice of the data pie, with untracked calls to 911 and local sheriff’s offices making up the larger portion. *These are the latest numbers available from the NHTH.
Members of the bus industry, including 77,683 school bus drivers, are registered as trained.
 Law Enforcement
Law enforcement officers received TAT training through both in-person and virtual events. Kylla Lanier, TAT deputy director, and Annika Huff, training specialist and survivor-advocate, held 15 in-person events in six states, involving 16 agencies, and seven digital events, titled Justice Seekers, with 17 experts presenting to law enforcement personnel from more than 30 states.
 369 Shipping Partners Program
Carriers received exposure to TAT through Shipping Partner Program (SPP) interactions. SPP staff presented at 13 events, eight of which were virtual, to 921 audience members.
Coalition Builds
People participated and were trained through six
Coalition Builds, which led to at least 1,045 members of the trucking industry receiving TAT training.
Empower Freedom
People heard Empower Freedom presentations and staff distributed 16,805 wallet cards.
Freedom Drivers Project
People toured or viewed the Freedom Drivers Project at 29 events, either in person or virtually.
 Social Media
People follow TAT on Facebook, up from 185,524 at the end of 2019. TAT had 29,094 Twitter followers in 2020 and 13,100 followers on Instagram.

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