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Calif. airport works to stop human trafficking.

New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry News) Wed, Jan 29, 2014 - According to experts, approximately 20,000 people are trafficked into the U.S. each year, often through the country's airports. Mineta San Jose International Airport in California has joined the Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition to train its workers on how to spot victims of human trafficking. "By training flight attendants and airline personnel, you're increasing the eyes and ears by thousands. We estimate that the people we trained can scan a million people this year," says Nancy Rivard of Airline Ambassadors International.


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Date:Feb 3, 2014
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