ATLANTA, GA — UPS is partnering with the group Truckers Against Trafficking to teach its drivers to spot signs of human trafficking along their routes.
The traveling educational exhibit helps educate drivers, and inform them of steps drivers can take if they see something suspicious.
Atlanta-based drivers got a look inside the exhibit, but UPS says it will be rolled out nationwide soon.
#DidYouKnow that January is #HumanTraffickingAwarenessMonth? Today at an event in Atlanta, UPS & Truckers Against Trafficking announced plans to extend training efforts for all UPS drivers in the U.S. on how to spot the signs of human trafficking. @TATKylla #TogetherWeAreUPS pic.twitter.com/jm9ijKMBoi— UPSers (@UPSers) January 23, 2020