- Live on or near work premises;
- Restricted or controlled communication/transportation;
- Frequently moved by traffickers;
- Large number of occupants for living space;
- Lack of private space/personal possessions/financial records;
- Limited knowledge about how to get around in a community.
- Injuries from beatings or weapons;
- Signs of torture (e.g., cigarette burns);
- Brands or scarring indicating ownership;
- Signs of malnourishment.
- Someone else has possession of legal/travel documents;
- Existing debt issues;
- One attorney claiming to represent multiple illegal aliens detained at different locations;
- Third party who insists on interpreting;Did the victim sign a contract.
- Large amounts of cash and condoms;
- Customer logbook or receipt book (a.k.a. “trick book”);
- Sparse rooms;
- Men come and go frequently.