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Potential Indicators of Labor Trafficking

  • Recent immigration history, especially if patient or family lack access to immigration documentation

  • Unfamiliarity with city or town

  • Apparent intimidation of person accompanying the child or family

  • Inconsistencies in information provided

  • Report of excessive, hazardous or inappropriate work conditions

  • Work-related, typically preventable injuries (e.g., chemical burns, irritation from toxic gases)

  • Delay in care (far-advanced medical conditions or untreated injuries)

  • Malnutrition or dehydration

  • Poor hygiene

  • Report of crowded, unhygienic or otherwise inappropriate living conditions

Greenbaum, 2017

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