WORKER PROTECTIONS

Prevention of Human Trafficking

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WORKER PROTECTIONS

Prevention of Human Trafficking

On July 27, 2021, an ordinance for the prevention of human trafficking in Los Angeles County became effective requiring employers to post a notice in a clear view, near a public entrance of the business. The notice provides help and services to the victims of slavery and human trafficking. In addition, businesses must provide at least a 20-minute training to its new and existing employees to help recognize signs of human trafficking and how to report those signs to the appropriate law enforcement agencies.

Download PDF of Ordinance

File a Complaint

If you know a business that is not displaying the human trafficking notice, file a complaint online by clicking the button on the right. Our services are free. You also can reach us by:

Phone: 800.593.8222

We do not ask or report your immigration status.

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File a Complaint

If you know a business that is not displaying the human trafficking notice, file a complaint online by clicking the button on the right. Our services are free. You also can reach us by:

Phone: 800.593.8222

We do not ask or report your immigration status.

mediation get help complaint button
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L.A. County Required Workplace Posting

Download a PDF copy of the English and Spanish poster as required by the Ordinance.

Take the L.A. County Required Training

Per LACCC 13.110.070 businesses prescribed in the ordinance must provide at least 20 minutes of training to its new and existing employees. Businesses are required to document with an attendance sheet or a certificate.

Use the link below for an approved training.

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