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Awareness Material and Resources

Poster: I'm Not for Sale

Material offered by the Human Trafficking National Coordination Centre (HTNCC)

The HTNCC offers a range of material to help educate both law enforcement and the general public on Human Trafficking in Canada. These resources are: posters, brochures and instructive toolkits.

If you would like any of these materials for your own use or to distribute to others, please contact the HTNCC via e-mail and include your name, a list of what materials you require, how many copies of each, and your mailing address.

Below is a brief description of the material, along with electronic formats of some of the material available through the HTNCC:



Available in both small and large sizes in French and English, and large sizes only in Spanish, Russian, Chinese and Punjabi. They display warning signs of human trafficking in Canada.



Below are the toolkits offered by the HTNCC. Email to receive any of these toolkits.

For the general public

Available in French or English, these kits consist of:

  • a letter and pamphlet from the HTNCC
  • a human trafficking booklet
  • various human trafficking awareness posters (9" x 11")
  • a DVD with a 10-minute and 20-minute version of a human trafficking dramatization
  • frequently asked questions on human trafficking
  • handouts from the Department of Justice and Canada Border Services Agency


Available in French or English, these kits are directed to youth audiences, and consist of everything offered in the general public toolkit, excluding the Canada Border Services Agency handout. They also include a parent help sheet, and a DVD with an informative PowerPoint presentation with notes.

Law enforcement

Available in French or English for law enforcement personnel, these kits consist of everything in the general public toolkit, as well as the Operational Police Officers Handbook on Human Trafficking. This is a bilingual pocket-size booklet that supports police officers by differentiating human smuggling from human trafficking, international vs domestic trafficking, provides indicators of human trafficking victims, related offences to human trafficking and provincial contact information.


The RCMP's Human Trafficking National Coordination Centre has developed an on-line training course for law enforcement that is available through the Canadian Police Knowledge Network (CPKN) as well as the RCMP's online training tool, AGORA.