The Exodus Road (TER) is a non-profit organization dedicated to combating and ending human trafficking worldwide. Since 2012, TER’s efforts to investigate trafficking allegations, disrupt anti-human trafficking organizations, and stop child trafficking have resulted in the arrest of over 800 traffickers and the rescue of over 1500 survivors, with the number of survivors increasing every day.
The Exodus Road envisions a society where people are never purchased, sold, or exploited.
By cooperating with law enforcement to combat human trafficking crime, equipping communities to protect the vulnerable, and empowering survivors as they walk into freedom, the Exodus Road team breaks the darkness of modern-day slavery.
TER’s mission is to not only provide law enforcement with the tools and training they need to detect and arrest traffickers in their communities, but also to raise the finances and awareness needed to strengthen prevention efforts and put an end to modern-day slavery for good.
The Exodus Road, founded by Matt Parker and Laura Parker and based in Colorado Springs, CO, has grown into a committed, international workforce.
The Academy of TraffickWatch is a non-profit organization dedicated to
The TraffickWatch Academy U.S. program, run by TER, provides 100 percent digital training to anyone interested in learning how to stop and prevent human trafficking around the world. This free training program provides communities with a basic awareness of human trafficking as well as specific action actions to combat and prevent it in their area.
The TraffickWatch Academy training modules, which were created by international specialists, include:
Human trafficking statistics and information from the United States and around the world
Signs that someone may be a victim of human trafficking
Action items to combat child trafficking in all of its forms
Human trafficking certification that displays your knowledge and awareness of the issue.
To aid in the battle against human trafficking, TraffickWatch Academy also provides other educational tools, digital awareness campaigns, and other trafficking prevention efforts.