Men4RentNow.com Anti-Trafficking Policy


Our Site is wholly committed to raising awareness of the human trafficking issue. We are a private, online business that chooses to be conscientious of this problem. We pledge to implement internal anti-trafficking initiatives and maintain advocacy efforts to battle the global human trafficking problem. In the event we become aware of any incident of trafficking, we cooperate enthusiastically with state and federal law enforcement officials assigned to combating this vile abuse of human rights. 


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Human Trafficking Statistics

For the most accurate and updated human trafficking statistics, please visit the following resources:
Humanitarian Alliance  
ACE National 
Individual U.S. State Trafficking Statistics 
President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based & Neighborhood Partnerships 
United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime 

 

 

Identifying a Trafficking Victim 

- Does your advertiser arrive to a scheduled meeting accompanied by another individual? 
- Does that individual seem to speak for the advertiser, or maintain control over the advertiser? 
- Does the advertiser seem fearful of that individual? 
- Does the advertiser have difficulty communicating with you, whether resulting from a

language barrier or fear of interaction?

 

 

 

Anti-Trafficking Law Enforcement

Please report any suspicion of activity possibly related to human trafficking to the appropriate authorities and/or any of the following anti-trafficking enforcement resources below:

National Human Trafficking Resource Center [NHTRC] Hotline: 888-373-7888 

Polaris Project – Report Human Trafficking: 888-373-7888
Homeland Security Investigations [HSI] Tip Line: 866-DHS-2-ICE 
U.S. Dept. of Justice: 888-428-7581 
FBI Local Offices 
Local Rescue & Restore Anti-Trafficking Coalitions 
NHTRC Anonymous Tip Form 
HSI Tip Form 
FBI Tips & Public Leads Form

 

Anti-Trafficking Education & Training
For additional anti-trafficking resources, please visit the following websites: 

The Freedom Network

Polaris Project 
Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 (TVPA) 
U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services – Administration for Children & Families: Anti-Trafficking in Persons Program 
Not for Sale 
U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services – Administration for Children & Families: Rescue & Restore Victims of Human Trafficking Campaign 
U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security 
The Protection Project  

 

Child Pornography / Exploitation Reporting

Child pornography or child exploitation activity can be directly reported to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, through the CyberTip Hotline, available at: http://www.missingkids.com/cybertipline.

 

DISCLAIMER: 

Our Site provides the above information and links to third party websites as an educational resource for our users, advertisers, and potential victims of human trafficking. We do not confirm the accuracy of the disclosed data, or endorse the legitimacy of any program or third party entity listed. We furthermore disclaim any and all liability arising from reliance of any such resources or information. Nothing on this page is intended to be medical, legal, or professional advice.  In the event of a true emergency, please call 911 immediately.