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Human trafficking is defined as the act of recruiting, harboring, transporting, providing, or obtaining a person for labor services or commercial sex acts through force, fraud, or coercion; for the purpose of exploitation, involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage, or slavery. People who are subjected to involuntary servitude are held against their will and forced to work, frequently under the threat of violence to themselves or their families.
Human traffickers prey on those who become disadvantaged – even temporarily – due to age, social abandonment, economic hardship, disasters, emergencies or criminal activity.
The demand for cheap labor drives the market for human trafficking victims.
If you are a victim, or you suspect that human trafficking is taking place, call the state Attorney General's Human Trafficking Coordinator: 1-800-829-6766 State law requires anyone who suspects that a person under 18 is being trafficked to report it to the Mississippi Department of Human Services. National Human Trafficking Hotline: 1-888-373-7888.
Visitors who claim immediate family relationship to an offender may be required to provide verifiable proof of relationship.
Visitors under the age of eighteen (18) may visit, but must have on file with the institution the written permission of their parent or guardian.
Any person involved in inappropriate behavior may have their visit terminated immediately.In such cases, the superintendent will grant permission in writing.Visitors must show this written authorization each time they visit.Persons on probation, parole, or other forms of conditional release will not be permitted to visit an offender unless a verifiable family relationship can be established, and then only with the written approval of the Superintendent.No more than five (5) persons (including babies/children) will be permitted to visit an offender at one time.
The superintendent will approve/disapprove this type of request.