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So you & the girls are going out tonight? OKAY? Remember to take your mask & watch your glass!

Human Trafficking is still very real. Even though it may not make the news or be on IG, there are so many innocent women and children who vanished. Even though you live one life and you want to make the best of it, PLEASE BE CAREFUL!

A criminal doesn't look like a criminal. A killer doesn't look like a killer. Time's have changed so make sure you're adjusting.

Read below on how you can protect yourself from human traffickers.

  1. Don't Give Them the Keys to Car: Be suspicious of strangers who approach you after you’ve posted something personal on your social media profile and their suddenly offering you help, advice, money, a place to stay or a job opportunity. If you’re getting random messages from people on social media, check your privacy settings, turn off your location settings on social media and only make your posts visible to your friends (not to the public). Also avoid checking in to places on social media (while you’re at the place especially).

  2. Stay Ready So You Don't Have To Get Ready: Carry pepper spray with you on your key-chain. You also need to mentally prepare yourself to fight off the abductor. If you begin to be attacked, make a scene, yell for help, and fight back like your life depends on it (because it probably does)

  3. Friends Forever: Allow 3 of your closest friends or family members to track your phone via GPS so they know your whereabouts at all times. You can do with on most cell phones and allow a select few to have access to your location for 1 hour, 1 day, or indefinitely.

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