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Quiz 3 - Course 8T



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In the TRAFFICKING ASSESSMENT: It is important that the victim uses the correct legal terminology that will be used in official documentation about the trafficking situation and about the trafficking perpetrator. For example, the victim may refer to the pimp as 'her boyfriend', but you must teach the correct legal language, i.e., 'You mean the PIMP?'
True False
What is NOT a true statement about the Trafficking Assessment, considering the power dynamics and influence of the trafficker?
Many victims do not self-identify as human trafficking victims due to a lack of knowledge about the crime itself and the power and control dynamics typically involved in human trafficking situations.
The assessment is usually viewed by the trafficking victim as a welcome opportunity to share the most disturbing details of the abuse situation.
Be aware that 'canned' stories are common and that the true story may not emerge until trust has been built with the victim after multiple meetings.
Concerning the Safety Check, what is not a good approach to take?
Ask the trafficking victim 'Is it safe for you to talk with me right now?' or 'How safe do you feel right now?'
Let the victim know that there is now no reason to fear for their safety because they are now in good hands.
If speaking by phone, ask the victim, 'If someone comes on the line, what would you like for me to do? Hang up? Identify myself as someone else, a certain company/person/friend?'
In General Trafficking Assessment questions, what category of question would these be? • 'Did you ever see something bad happen to someone else who didn’t do something that was expected of them? What happened to them? How did that make you feel?' or • 'What were your expectations of what would happen if you left this person/situation or if you didn’t do what this person told you to do?'
Fraud question
Coercion question
Force question
What type of Trafficking Assessment question would this be? 'What were you told about the job before you started/what promises were made about the relationship?' and 'Did your experience meet your expectations?'
Fraud question
Debt Monitoring question
Force question
In what category are these questions? • Were you ever physically abused (shoved, slapped, hit, kicked, scratched, punched, burned, etc.) by anyone? • Were you ever sexually abused (sexual assault/unwanted touching, rape, sexual exploitation, etc.) by anyone? • Did anyone ever introduce you to drugs, medications as a method of control? • Was your movement outside of your residence/workplace ever monitored or controlled? • 'Did anyone ever force you to do something physically or sexually that you didn’t feel comfortable doing?
Coercion Question
Force Question
Fraud Question
What category of trafficking question is this? ' • Did you have fees that you had to pay to someone? • How much money did you have left after you paid everything you needed to pay? Could you spend the money the way you wanted to? • Were you required to make a certain amount of money every day/ week? Why did you feel that you had to meet that amount? What did you think would happen if you didn’t make that much money?'
Coercion Question
Debt-Monetary Question
Force Question
This an appropriate question to ask a victim of Sex Trafficking: 'Did anyone ever force you to engage in commercial sex through online websites, escort services, street prostitution, informal arrangements, brothels, fake massage businesses or strip clubs?'
True False
For what part of a trafficking assessment are these questions asked? 'Was there any other criminal activity present (gangs, drugs, theft, money laundering etc.)?' and 'Did the controller make you get a tattoo with his name, a phrase or symbol or mark you in any other way (branding, etc.)? What did the tattoo or other mark mean to you/the controller?' and 'Were you ever physically hit or slapped by the controller or anybody else? Can you tell me about a time when that happened?'
Pimp-Controlled Sex Trafficking (street, truck stops, online escorts, etc.)
Domestic Servitude Trafficking
In Commercial Front Brothels (Fake Massage Businesses, Bars, Nail Salons, Strip Clubs), victims do not live in the establishment because it increases the likelihood of trafficking detection.
True False
With Labor Trafficking in Agriculture, exposure to pesticides or other chemicals in the fields is a significant issue, as is the provision or non-provision of protective equipment while fields are being sprayed or shortly afterward.
True False
Controllers pose a significant and constant threat to the safety of the victim(s), but very rarely is there a threat posed by others who may not be engaged in the trafficking situation.
True False
Preventative Safety Planning -- which helps the trafficking victim remain safe and uninjured while 'on the job' -- is not ethical because it gives the impression that service providers are OK with the individual continuing in the trafficking situation.
True False
Youth service workers help the victims to prepare a check-list of things they need to do and items they need to take with them when they are preparing to escape from a trafficking situation.
True False
The COVID-19 Pandemic has significantly worsened the instance of crises occurring in human trafficking situations. Comparing post-shelter-in-place time to pre-shelter-in-pace time, the instance of crisis increased by ______% - from 60 in a 30-day period, to 90.
Trafficking is not just forced prostitution. Victims of human trafficking may also be in forced labor situations as domestic servants (nannies or maids); sweatshop workers; janitors; restaurant workers; migrant farmworkers; fishery workers; hotel or tourist industry workers; and as beggars.
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