AGA Rolls Out Free Anti-Human Trafficking Training Resources

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The American Gaming Association (AGA) has released a set of free online training materials on National Human Trafficking Awareness Day to address human trafficking in the gaming industry.

Launched in partnership with RG24seven Virtual Training, the materials offer information and perspectives from non-profits, law enforcement, and the AGA's Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force.

Interested participants will be able to access educational videos and quizzes and receive a verified certificate after completing the training. Companies can also reach out to RG24seven to get access for all their employees to the materials.

Combating human trafficking is integral to our industry’s commitment to the communities in which we operate. The AGA is proud to lead the industry’s fight against this abhorrent crime and this free training empowers employees at all levels to spot and prevent cases of human trafficking.

Alex CostelloVP of Government Relations at AGA

The AGA has also announced its plans to unveil an industry-specific anti-human trafficking toolkit for Human Trafficking Prevention Month. It will also host events at the University of Maryland's SAFE Center and several US government offices.

Hard Rock & Seminole Gaming Anti-Human Trafficking Programs

Apart from the AGA, other entities in the gambling industry have carried out efforts to combat human trafficking ahead of National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. For instance, Hard Rock International and Seminole Gaming have enhanced their education programs and resources with information about human trafficking.

They have launched a youth education program, and new trainings to help Team Members combat and prevent human trafficking. They are also working with new community partners for a more significant impact.

Additionally, Hard Rock has trained more than 27,000 hotel and casino staff globally in trafficking awareness and prevention over the years.

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