President Donald Trump has signed an executive order that is meant to help fight human trafficking and sexual exploitation, which is one of the trucking industry’s biggest initiatives.January 31, 2020
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao is launching an award for transportation industry representatives to incentivize increased awareness and prevention of human trafficking.December 17, 2019
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has announced a final rule that permanently bans commercial motor vehicle drivers who have been convicted of human trafficking.July 16, 2019
Michigan State Police motor carrier officers are teaming up with officers in neighboring states to raise awareness of human trafficking.
Bipartisan legislation designed to exclude from the trucking industry those involved in human trafficking was advanced to the White House Dec. 21.January 3, 2018
Legislation designed to exclude from the industry people involved in human trafficking was advanced by a House panel on Nov. 30.December 1, 2017
WASHINGTON — Legislation meant to remove individuals involved in human trafficking from the trucking industry was easily approved by a Senate committee Aug. 2.August 2, 2017
Legislation that would disqualify truck drivers from working in the industry if they are involved in human trafficking will be considered by the Senate Commerce Committee on Aug. 2.August 1, 2017
Ohio is about to become the first state to require prospective truckers in driving schools and community college courses to be trained for the warning signs of human trafficking under the auspices of Truckers Against Trafficking and the Ohio State Department of Public Safety.