KARE-TV Minneapolis: New phone app aims to help sex trafficking victims

MINNEAPOLIS – For years now, KARE 11 has been documenting the issue of sex trafficking.

It’s usually the officers and the advocates who are working to rescue victims. But thanks to technology, the general public can help now too.

“Citizens across the U.S. can take action by simply taking photos

WHAS-11 TV: How you can help fight against human trafficking

Huffington Post: You Could Help Save A Trafficking Victim’s Life With Your Hotel Room Pic

Just snapping a photo of your hotel room the next time you go on vacation could help save a trafficking victim.

Human trafficking is the world’s fastest growing crime, and victims who are exploited for sex aren’t just getting victimized in unsuspecting homes and closed off backrooms.


Hotels are …

LIP TV 2: TraffickCam App Takes on Human Trafficking

A new app named TraffickCam is attempting to fight human trafficking with crowdsourced photos of hotel rooms. TraffickCam asks its users to take four photos of the insides of hotel rooms they’re staying in. The goal is to create a national database that will help authorities to identify where images …

KMOV-TV St. Louis: New app aims to stop human trafficking

By Rachel Sudduth

Local creators are working towards a way to stop sex trafficking, with a new app called Traffick Cam.

Creators of the app say local residents have the opportunity to help stop sex traffickers.


Molly Hackett, one of the creators, a conference planner out of Maplewood, says …

Fox 2 St. Louis: Snapping a picture of your hotel room could help stop human trafficking