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Clarience Signs Anti-Human Trafficking Pledge

According to the USDOT, as many as 24.9 million men, women and children are sold into prostitution, domestic servitude or other forced labor around the globe.

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Clarience Technologies, a worldwide leader in transportation safety and visibility solutions, recently pledged its support for the Department of Transportation’s Transportation Leaders Against Human Trafficking initiative (TLAHT). The initiative urges transportation industry leaders to combat human trafficking through employee education, raising public awareness and sharing relevant data to measure the effort’s collaborative impact. 

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“As a company that values fundamental human rights, the Clarience Technologies family of businesses proudly supports the Department of Transportation’s initiative and is committed to helping end human trafficking,” said Brian Kupchella, CEO of Clarience Technologies. “We welcome the opportunity to raise awareness of – and help combat – this serious crime.”

According to the USDOT, as many as 24.9 million men, women and children are sold into prostitution, domestic servitude or other forced labor around the globe. The TLAHT initiative is comprised of transportation and travel industry stakeholders that are committed to putting a stop to human trafficking via America’s roadways, railways, waterways and skies and that work jointly to maximize their collective impact in eliminating this modern-day atrocity. 

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To learn more about the TLAHT, click here.

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