Developmental/Intellectual Disability
Single Mothers
Victims of other crimes
Low Self-Esteem
​Returning Citizens
Persons with Addictions
​Foreign Identified victims

Minority populations



The largest number of confirmed human trafficking victims are minority. (Black 40.4%, Hispanic 23.9%, White 25.6%, Asian 4.3%, Other 5.8%--sex trafficking)(Hispanic 55.7%, Black 9.8%, Asian 14.8%, Other 18%, White 1.6%--labor trafficking) (source: 2013 DOJ)

One in five endangered runaways reported to NCMEC in 2015 were likely sex trafficking victims. 74% of these likely sex trafficking victims were in the care of social services or foster care when they went missing.​ (source: NCMEC) 
Child Trafficking victims include girls, boys and LGBTQ youth. (source: NCMEC)

Major corridors ALL across the country are used to transport victims. 95 in the Northeast, 5 and 10 on the West coast, 20 in the Southeast, 80, 90 and 40 across the entire United States, but don't get sidetracked by these and miss the trafficking crimes taking place in communities EVERYWHERE!

Men, Women, Girls and Boys are ALL victims of 
human trafficking schemes. 

In 2015 the largest labor trafficking case was litigated in Louisiana where 5 India males were awarded $14 million dollars for being the victims a labor trafficking scheme involving approximately 200 men. 

Drugs and alcohol play a significant role in the exploitation of victims who are often beaten, threatened and coerced into sexual and labor exploitation and criminal activity. 


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Hair Braiding Shops |Massage Parlors |Nail Salons  Malls |Stores |Movies | Clubs | Strip Clubs Adult Entertainment | Schools -- Elementary | Middle | High School |
College | Universities 
Court Houses| Jails/Prisons | Government facilities
Businesses |Construction Sites | Foster Care | Group Homes | Rehab facilities | 
Halfway Homes | Residential facilities | Churches | Places of Worship Communities| Recreation Centers | ​Agriculture | ​Gangs​ Hotels/Motels | Tourist places 


HUMAN TRAFFICKING is one of the largest criminal enterprises in the world involving the force, fraud and coercion of human beings as a commodity for profit. The unfortunate truth is that a person can be sold, traded and exploited on multiple levels over and over and over again.  Making the trafficking of persons a lucrative business with less risk than arms and drug dealing, but an even more dangerous enterprise for victims and our communities.

The trafficking of persons is not a new conversation, a new problem or a new crime. It involves the victimization and enslavement of children, women and men.  Any person can become a victim, and any person can be a perpetrator. Unfortunately, the trafficking of children is not just a global problem, but an American problem which has been largely misunderstood, ignored, accepted and silenced in far too many cases. Although organizations, entities and individuals want to provide services and support to victims of human trafficking, the seriousness, complexity and danger of human trafficking cannot be underplayed. In order to provide real support, you must have the capacity, be experienced and qualified. You must provide or have access to immediate long-term medical and mental health trauma informed care. It is also extremely important for support and services to be culturally and linguistically appropriate in order sustain and transition a trafficked person from trauma to victim and victim to survivor. Facilities which claim to rescue, restore and provide services to human trafficking victim, must and should be vetted and verified in order to ensure that victims are not re-victimized albeit intentionally or unintentionally. 

SEX TRAFFICKING:  the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision or obtaining of a person for the purpose of a commercial sex act in which the commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud, coercion and for which the person induced to perform such acts has not attained 18 years of age and;

DOMESTIC MINOR SEX TRAFFICKING: the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision or obtaining of a person under the age of 18 by which force, fraud, coercion has taken place. All of these need not be present for prosecution. Children can be victims of prostitution, pornography and/or erotic entertainment.

LABOR TRAFFICKING:  ​the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision or obtaining of a person for the purpose of labor or services, through the use of force, fraud, coercion for the purposes of subjection to involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage or slavery.

ORGAN TRAFFICKING:  the illegal trade involving inner organs (liver, kidneys etc.) There is a worldwide shortage of organs available for transportation, yet commercial trade in human organs is illegal in all countries except Iran. 


Somewhere a child has gone missing and they are being exploited. 

Sunny Slaughter Consulting, LLC


Human Trafficking