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Hotels & Motels That Failed to Help Human Sex Trafficking Victims

Most survivors revealed that they did not receive any assistance, concern, or identification from hotel staff during their trafficking experience. This could be blamed on:

  • A lack of training on human trafficking recognition;
  • An absence of reporting protocols for hotel staff
  • Hotels are only short-term emergency shelters

Human Sex Trafficking Victims Can Get Justice, Potential Compensation from the Hotels & Motels That Failed to Help Them

In the case of a woman who says she was sex trafficked out of multiple Days Inn by Wyndham properties and a Super 8 by Wyndham in central Ohio, her lawsuit against these hotels began in 2013 as a minor.

Her lawyers in the case reveal that: “Traffickers are well aware of the seclusion and anonymity attendant with booking rooms with hotel chains without adequate training—they know it is unlikely that they will be disturbed.”

M.A.’s lawyers also claim that “the hotel staff ignored her” and “did nothing to prevent the ongoing and obvious suffering she endured by being regularly trafficked for sex.”

The bottom line is that hotels and motels are critical sites for both sex and labor trafficking business operations.

Many chains and independent operations have stepped up to ensure front-line staff is well-trained in identifying potential signs of sex trafficking.

Human Sex Trafficking Operations in Motels

Hotels are necessary to facilitate sex trafficking in “in-call” and “out-call” escort services. Hotels and motels may also be used for commercial sex acts in other sex trafficking business models where solicitation may be initiated elsewhere, such as:

  • Nearby streets;
  • Bars or strip clubs;
  • Cantinas, or truck stops.

Labor trafficking may also occur within a hotel supply chain, including housekeepers working for hotel subcontractors, as well as in the manufacturing of vendor products such as linens, coffee, and soaps.

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Hotels Look for Human Sex Trafficking Indicators

Because most hotel staffs are in a position to identify potential human trafficking victims on their properties, several major hotel chains have taken the responsibility to train their staff on human trafficking recognition and reporting.

The indicators can differ depending on the type of trafficking. In the report, we discuss type-specific indicators of in-call escort services, out-call escort services, traveling sales crews, and other labor trafficking such as in housekeeping and in other hotel subtractors.

We believe that all families with loved ones that become victims of human sex trafficking rings in the same hotels and motels with a duty to report violators should get both justice and potential compensation.

Eligible victims are encouraged to request a free, private case evaluation by our experienced legal staff with the potential for compensation and justice.

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Human Sex Trafficking Victims Can Get Justice, Potential Compensation from the Hotels & Motels That Failed to Help Them

In the case of a woman who says she was sex trafficked out of multiple Days Inn by Wyndham properties and a Super 8 by Wyndham in central Ohio, her lawsuit against these hotels began in 2013 as a minor.

Her lawyers in the case reveal that: “Traffickers are well aware of the seclusion and anonymity attendant with booking rooms with hotel chains without adequate training—they know it is unlikely that they will be disturbed.”

M.A.’s lawyers also claim that “the hotel staff ignored her” and “did nothing to prevent the ongoing and obvious suffering she endured by being regularly trafficked for sex.”

The bottom line is that hotels and motels are critical sites for both sex and labor trafficking business operations.

Many chains and independent operations have stepped up to ensure front-line staff is well-trained in identifying potential signs of sex trafficking.

Human Sex Trafficking Operations in Motels

Hotels are necessary to facilitate sex trafficking in “in-call” and “out-call” escort services. Hotels and motels may also be used for commercial sex acts in other sex trafficking business models where solicitation may be initiated elsewhere, such as:

  • Nearby streets;
  • Bars or strip clubs;
  • Cantinas, or truck stops.

Labor trafficking may also occur within a hotel supply chain, including housekeepers working for hotel subcontractors, as well as in the manufacturing of vendor products such as linens, coffee, and soaps.

iStock-627279440

Hotels Look for Human Sex Trafficking Indicators

Because most hotel staffs are in a position to identify potential human trafficking victims on their properties, several major hotel chains have taken the responsibility to train their staff on human trafficking recognition and reporting.

The indicators can differ depending on the type of trafficking. In the report, we discuss type-specific indicators of in-call escort services, out-call escort services, traveling sales crews, and other labor trafficking such as in housekeeping and in other hotel subtractors.

We believe that all families with loved ones that become victims of human sex trafficking rings in the same hotels and motels with a duty to report violators should get both justice and potential compensation.

Eligible victims are encouraged to request a free, private case evaluation by our experienced legal staff with the potential for compensation and justice.

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We believe that all families with loved ones that become victims of human sex trafficking rings in the same hotels and motels with a duty to report violators should get both justice and potential compensation.

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