Truckers Against Trafficking

Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) is raising up a mobile army of transportation professionals to assist law enforcement in the recognition and reporting of human trafficking, in order to aid in the recovery of victims and the arrest of their perpetrators.

Industry Training Program

The Industry Training Program is TAT’s core program that drives the biggest impact by training hundreds of thousands of industry members about the realities of domestic sex trafficking and how the trucking industry can combat it.

With the pandemic affecting the country, implementing TAT training is especially important now. There are even more people at risk for falling victim to the schemes of traffickers.

Harriet Tubman Award presented by Protective Insurance

By speaking all over the country, utilizing a robust social media program, and via our industry-specific materials, TAT partners with trucking schools, the carriers themselves, the truck stop industry, as well as shippers, manufacturers and state and national trucking associations in order to spread the word.

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Nomination Process

Anyone wishing to be considered for this award or who knows someone who should be considered for this award, should: Either contact TAT directly at or contact your company executives, state association or school with the following information and have them fill out a report and send it to

  • First and last name of the person or people involved in making the call.

  • Date, time and location of the call made to the NHTH – 1-888-3737-888 – or to local law enforcement.

  • How did the hotline (NHTH) and law enforcement respond?

  • What is the name of the police department that responded?

  • What happened when police came? Was anyone arrested (pimp, john, victim)?

  • Do you know if the victim was able to access victim services through the hotline?

  • Contact information of the person submitting this nomination.

Once TAT has vetted the information, if there is a success story, the nomination will be submitted to the TAT award selection committee for consideration.

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