Houston Now Requires Hotels To Train Employees To Spot Human TraffickingJune 29, 2020
Houston hotels and motels must train their employees on how to spot human trafficking and contact law enforcement under an ordinance approved by city council Wednesday.
The mandate also requires the businesses keep records of the training, which they must produce within three days upon request by the city. All 524 Houston hotels and motels also must post signs that list common indicators of trafficking, along with phone numbers for local and national law enforcement and other information.
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Category: City Government, Corporate Responsibility