• This information paper provides background information on TIP and explains what the DoD's CTIP Program Office does and why it is important.
• This brochure explains how CTIP policy affects government contracts in U.S. contingency operations. The DoD mandates compliance with CTIP in contract clauses.
• This poster provides information on how and where to report TIP to the Department of Defense Hotline.
• Communicating CTIP Policy to Third Country Nationals. DoD created wallet-sized cards (3.5" x 2") that spell out worker's rights and provides hotline information to report suspected violations. These mini-cards were translated into the following languages most commonly used by workers in Afghanistan and were provided to installations in Afghanistan:
◦ Pashtu (for use by individuals from Pakistan, India, Afghanistan)
◦ Malay (for use by individuals from Malaysia, Indonesia)
◦ Urdu (for use by individuals from Pakistan, India)
◦ Thai (for use by individuals from Thailand)
◦ Tagalog (for use by individuals from the Philippines)
◦ Arabic (for use by individuals from Iraq, Africa)
◦ Dari (for use by individuals from Afghanistan)
• The General Awareness training module is available on mobile devices, and can be downloaded for free at:
- Apple App Store
- Android Marketplace
• Trafficking in Persons Report 2012 published by the Department of State
• Human Trafficking and Smuggling Reports posted by the the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
• The Polaris Project's National Human Trafficking Resource Center
• Office of Victim Crimes and Bureau of Justice Administration (OVC/BJA) Directory