National Human Trafficking Hotline
+1-888-373-7888
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233733 (BeFree)
SC Office of the Attorney General
Columbia, SC

SC Highway Heroes

SC Highway Heroes

Human trafficking occurs in many forms and places, our roadways and related infrastructure serve as a potential breeding ground for trafficking to invade our communities. South Carolina’s over a hundred thousand Commercial Driver License (CDL) holders can play a pivotal role in our fight against this horrendous crime, serving as the eyes and ears on our highways.

The South Carolina State Transport Police, South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles, South Carolina Department of Highway Safety and the South Carolina Trucking Association have teamed up with South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson to urge our state’s CDL holders to become a SC Highway Hero.

As part of the SC Highway Heroes initiative, more than 100,000 postcards are being mailed to CDL holders across the state with information on how to become certified in spotting and reporting trafficking. Join the movement today and help combat human trafficking in South Carolina.

Truckers Against Trafficking

As a CDL holder, you are in a unique position to make a difference and close loopholes to traffickers who seek to exploit our transportation system for their personal gain. You have the opportunity to be an everyday hero on the frontlines of this issue. Join us in this important work and help us get traffickers arrested and victims recovered.

Become a certified TAT (Truckers Against Trafficking) – trained driver by completing the registration below and watching the training video.

BECOME A HIGHWAY HERO

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Complete the course, print your certificate, and become a TAT-trained driver today!

It is important to note that there is NO COST for this official certificate program.

REQUEST or DOWNLOAD TAT WALLETCARD

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Includes all the steps, phone numbers, and actions you can take if you suspect human trafficking.

 

Report Human Trafficking

The National Human Trafficking Hotline: 1-888-373-7888
In the event of an emergency, Local Authorities: 911