This safety planning information is intended to help human trafficking victims, or those who may be at risk of being trafficked.
Safety planning involves:
Identifying current and potential risks and safety concerns
Creating plans to reduce risk and avoid/reduce harm
Developing options that can be used when safety is threatened
Safety planning should reflect an individual’s risk assessment of their own situation and concerns. A safety plan is more likely to be used if it includes actions that an individual is comfortable with and has self-identified as being realistic.
For organizations or individuals (e.g. friends or family) helping a victim of trafficking with safety planning, it may be helpful to review the warning signs of sex and labour trafficking found on our website.
Click Here for both General Safety Tips or Safety Tips When Leaving a Human Trafficking Situation.