CTA will distribute informational DVDs for its member companies to use during training, orientation and safety seminars. Members will also receive wallet-size cards with information about how to recognize trafficking and what to do when it's suspected.
Kendis Paris, national director for Truckers Against Trafficking, says having the state's largest trucking association involved in the anti-trafficking campaign will make a big difference. "Truckers are the eyes and ears of our nation's highways," Paris says. "We're very excited ... and believe the California trucking industry will do much to put a dent in domestic sex trafficking."