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The Business Council Against Human Trafficking focuses on engaging Missouri businesses in the fight against human trafficking by increasing the availability of training—especially for industries most likely to encounter human trafficking situations like the hospitality industry, the transportation industry, and utility workers.

Simple Training with Large Impact - The Attorney General’s Office offers quick training that covers four concise topics:
EDUCATE—What is Human Trafficking?
IDENTIFY—How Will I Know if I Witness Human Trafficking?
PREVENT—How Human Trafficking Happens and Why is it so Difficult to Leave?
ACT—What Can I Do to Help?

This training is available in two formats: a short video series or a single 30 minute video. View Videos

The Support of Many - Membership in the Business Council Against Human Trafficking is open to all Missouri businesses—regardless of size.

Business Council Against Human Trafficking Members:

  • Cultural Exchange Network (CENET)
  • Cypress Point (Dexter, MO)
  • Douglass Community Services
  • Elasticity
  • JE Dunn
  • KC Aviation Department
  • KC Better Business Bureau
  • KC Power & Light
  • KC Steppingstone
  • KC Southern Railway  
  • MO American Water
  • MO Association of Counties  
  • MO Chamber of Commerce and Industry
  • MO Hotel and Lodging Association
  • MO Municipal League
  • MO Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Store Assoc.
  • MO School Board Assoc.
  • MotoMart
  • Options for Women
  • Professional Women’s Alliance
  • Salon 10 (Dexter, MO)
  • Schnuck’s
  • SSM Health
  • Truman Medical Center
  • Walker Hospitality Group
  • Wibbets, Inc.
  • Woodybilt Manufacturing, LLC
  • Yoga 10 (Dexter, MO)

Join the Business Council Against Human Trafficking 

Engaging Community Members - By educating employees, the Business Council is empowering Missouri citizens in all types of professions to monitor and respond if they identify a potential human trafficking situation. For many reasons, trafficking victims don’t seek help. Thus, the burden of identifying a victim of human trafficking often falls on an educated public- the eyes and ears of communities. The more engaged community members aware of human trafficking there are, the more likely it is victims will be identified and connected to services.

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