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This does not count for the numbers that are trafficked within their own countries. Human trafficking is very much hidden and accurate data and the extent of nature of human trafficking are hard to calculate. Trafficked victims are often in dangerous positions and may be unwilling and too scared to jeopardize their lives to report or seek help from authorities. Victims live daily with emotional and physical abuse, inhumane treatment, and threats to their families, like they are going to torture... ... middle of paper ... ...phone calls about Human Trafficking with a total number of 3,083, followed by Texas with 2,236 phone calls and Florida with 1,722 phone calls. All other states range in about 300 – 800 phone calls throughout the year of 2013.
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