National Human Trafficking Hotline 1 (888) 373-7888 Or use the textline: Text "BeFree" (233733)


No Porn November

Understand the connection between pornography and sex trafficking

  1. Know the Language:

Pornography= printed or visual material containing the explicit description or display of sexual organs or activity, intended to stimulate erotic rather than aesthetic or emotional feelings.

A “John”= sex buyer

Child pornography=  (also called child sexual abuse material or child porn) is pornography that exploits children for sexual stimulation. It may be produced with the direct involvement or sexual assault of a child (also known as child sexual abuse images) or it may be simulated child pornography.

Sexting= the action or practice of sending sexually explicit photographs or messages via mobile phone.

Sextortion= Sextortion is a serious crime that occurs when someone threatens to distribute your private and sensitive material if you don’t provide them images of a sexual nature, sexual favors, or money.


  1. Find Resources

(1) For families

                “Fight The New Drug” program helps teens addicted to porn.

                Free education classes for parents to navigate the topic of pornography with their children.



Book for parents with young childrenGood Pictures Bad Pictures



(2) For adults:

                Overcome pornography addiction through accountability



(3) For churches and pastors:


  1. Report Activity.

HOTLINE: The Cybertipline is an online and phone service which accepts leads regarding Internet criminal activity which are forwarded to law enforcement for review. Operated by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in collaboration with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other state and law enforcement agencies, the Cybertipline has resources on Internet safety and Internet crime reporting. Contact (link is external) or 1.800.843.5678.

REPORT: When and How to report


Safety Survival Kit 


Children Resources

Teen Resources

  • Top 10 safety list for teens and parents

Free the Slaves/Students

Parent Resources

U.S. Government Resources

If you have identified someone who is being trafficked, please call:

911 Local Police

OKC Hotline:  405-212-3377 or Toll Free:  1-855-674-4767
National Human Trafficking Hotline:  1-888-373-7888 or TEXT: HELP to BeFree (233733) 200 languages

How to Report

Make notes of everything you are seeing and/or hearing. Be as descriptive as possible.

If you can DISCREETLY take a photo, do so. Do not do this if you will be seen. Keep yourself safe!

Do NOT approach the scene. This is not only for your safety, but for the safety of the victims. Traffickers will often abuse their victims more if they feel they are attracting attention.

Call the national or state hotline and report the information you have. You can remain anonymous if you desire. The dispatcher will ask you a lot of questions regarding the incident. It is okay to say, "I don't know the answer to that question."

Note: Calling any of the hotlines provided is not the same as calling 911. The Human Trafficking Hotlines are reporting agencies who will contact appropriate law enforcement regarding tips they receive. If in immediate danger, always call 911.

The information you provide will be reviewed by the Trafficking Hotline. All reports are confidential and you may remain anonymous.