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Human Trafficking Prevention Business Partnership Program

What is Human Trafficking?

“Human trafficking is a crime involving the exploitation of someone for the purposes of compelled labor or a commercial sex act through the use of force, fraud, or coercion.” See National Human Trafficking Hotline website for more information.

Human trafficking can affect anyone; male, female, adult or child. People can be trafficked within their state, country or internationally. Traffickers can be male or female, old or young.

As a business operating in Texas, you can aid in the fight to end human trafficking by joining the Human Trafficking Prevention Business Partnership.

About the Partnership

The Human Trafficking Prevention Business Partnership program is established under §405.023 of the Texas Government Code and 1 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 90. The program allows for corporations and private entities that voluntarily take steps to prevent and combat human trafficking to apply for a certificate of recognition.  Corporations and private entities interested in applying for a certificate of recognition should submit the Application for Certificate of Recognition (PDF) along with any necessary supporting documentation.

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Why Should You Join the Partnership?

How to Apply

Corporations and private entities interested in applying for a certificate of recognition should submit the Application for Certificate of Recognition (PDF) along with any necessary supporting documentation.

Below is a summary of the requirements. For more information, please see Texas Government Code §405.023 and 1 TAC Chapter 90.

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