The world today is not one to be proud of, we live in a world where people think that slavery of humans is okay. Human trafficking is happening all around the world and everyday thousands of women, men, and children are forced to commit sexual act, forced to act as a personal slave, or used for their organs. Trafficking people is a serious crime that has consequential effects in that it is believed to be the third largest criminal activity in the world. Human trafficking is an evil, vulgar act that violates every aspect of human right. Human trafficking can be stopped or decreased by spreading awareness, taking action in your community, and reporting anything suspicious that you see. Learning the signs of human trafficking could help you recognize or discern a possible suspect of victim. Knowing the profile of a typical human trafficking suspect of victim could help save a life and possibly help catch a criminal. Recognizing these signs is a key factor in identifying a victim of human trafficking and getting them the help they might need. If you find or come across anything that looks suspicious you can report it to the authorities leading them to important evidence, which may help in bringing down a human trafficking ring or just help in stopping a child from being taken into a dangerous situation that they may never escape from. If you come across any red flags that might indicate a person is in need of help you may do what you can to give them that help, but they may be to scared to accept. Human traffickers use violent, verbal and physical threats to stop a victim from talking and if that person is to scared to talk the best thing to do is report it to law enforcements. Another way you can help fight against human trafficking is to raise awareness in your community and help support anti-trafficking efforts in your community. Getting the people in your community to help volunteer at human trafficking support groups and community centers for victims of human trafficking is a good way to contribute to the fight of preventing and decreasing human trafficking. Making sure the people in your community, including the kids, know what to look for in a human trafficker can help make sure they or anyone they know is not abducted. Starting a club in your community to hold events to raise awareness about human trafficking is a good way to assemble people who are willing to offer their time and support to this situation. Many investigation that involve human trafficking are brought to attention of anti-trafficking task forces by citizen complaints. So, any help that you or community has to offer is better than nothing and is most likely appreciated by law enforcement trying to solve investigation. Some people might disagree with the fact that knowing the signs of a human trafficker could help stop a suspect if you happen to come across one. A suspect might not fit the profile for what is to be expected of a human trafficker. They might not act like the profile says they would or they might not do the things expected of them. Some people are really good at manipulating others and you might never know you are in the presence of a human trafficker. There are so many sign to indicate a suspect of victim of human trafficking that it could be impossibly hard to learn all of them. In addition to that, not every human trafficker will display the usual signs, so there is no guarantee that learning the sign of human trafficking will help anyways.