LA raises awareness of human trafficking ahead of Super Bowl

Local and state officials launched an anti-human trafficking campaign at Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday to raise awareness ahead of the Super Bowl – which, like other major events, is susceptible to high levels human trafficking and sex.

The airport has installed signs on its digital screens and in all 460 airport restrooms to share resources with people who want to report suspected cases of human trafficking and abuse before, during and after the Super Bowl. of February 13.

These efforts are part of the It’s A Penalty campaign, which aims to prevent abuse, exploitation and human trafficking around the world, especially at major sporting events. The panels feature the ambassadors of this year’s It’s A Penalty campaign, Los Angeles Rams punter Johnny Hekker, Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

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