Fighting Human Trafficking
We focus on transit monitoring to intercept people BEFORE they have been exploited or enslaved.
Through our work, more than 230 people have been intercepted and prevented from being trafficked.
Transit Monitoring & Interception: How It Works
We attack trafficking at the most strategic moment—while it is in the process of occurring and BEFORE women, men and children have been exploited or enslaved:
- To date, Love Justice International has 30 different transit monitoring stations located where trafficking occurs—near important border crossings or transit hubs in Nepal, Bangladesh, India, and South Africa.
- When highly trained Love Justice staff notice a sign of trafficking, they stop the suspected victim for an interview to determine if trafficking is occurring. If staff recognises a red flag, they continue their questioning with the suspected victim.
- If further questioning reveals additional red flags, Love Justice staff take action by contacting the victim’s family, questioning other relevant people involved and if the situation warrants it, contacting the police to continue further investigations.
- Our staff ensures that the victim returns home safely.
- We interview victims to gather data and criminal intelligence. When possible, we file a legal case against the trafficker.