January 24, 2020
In an effort to crackdown on human trafficking ahead of next year’s Super Bowl in Miami, Uber is teaming up with state law enforcement.
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody and Uber announced the initiative Wednesday.
“We are starting now, sending a consistent and strong message to anyone who would engage in human trafficking during the Super Bowl, that we will have hundreds of law enforcement officers, transportation drivers and other dedicated citizens trained to spot and report you. I want to thank Uber’s leadership team for their dedication to fighting human trafficking and working to secure a safe environment for fans and families traveling to Florida to watch the championship game,” said Moody in a statement.
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