Truckers Against Trafficking has updated its human trafficking reporting app with new features.  -  Photo: Truckers Against Trafficking

Truckers Against Trafficking has updated its human trafficking reporting app with new features.

Photo: Truckers Against Trafficking

Truckers Against Trafficking will debut an updated app with enhanced reporting capabilities for human trafficking situations at the CES electronics show in Las Vegas next week. The updated app will be featured in the CES booth of Bridgestone Americas, a partner and sponsor of TAT.

TAT will also be joining Bridgestone at its CES booth for a Jan. 9 panel discussion concerning human trafficking and the resources the organization makes available.

The updates to the TAT app will:

  • Tailor red flag content specifically for various stakeholders, such as school transportation, over-the-road truckers, rideshare drivers, transit, in-home delivery professionals, etc. 
  • Enhance reporting capabilities for users with geo-location potential and best display call options, including, where available, local hotline numbers.
  • Enable TAT to track the total number of tips being reported via the app.
  • Gather data from willing users/reporters on what they’re seeing as to potential human trafficking situations.
  • Provide a direct communication channel to app users.

Anyone already using the TAT app on their phone will automatically be upgraded to the new app, as long as they’re keeping up on their app updates.

In existence since 2009, TAT is a nonprofit organization working with members of the transportation industry, law enforcement, and various other public and private sector partners to fight human trafficking and close loopholes to traffickers.

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