• Anti-Human Trafficking

    The American Gaming Association and the gaming industry are committed to combating human trafficking in all its forms.

    The American Gaming Association and the gaming industry are committed to combating human trafficking in all its forms. By educating employees and guests about its most common indicators, and by working with law enforcement and other partners, casinos can and will make an impact in eradicating this form of modern-day slavery.

    The AGA Anti-Human Trafficking Task force is comprised of member representatives with expertise in security, hospitality, anti-money laundering compliance, legal and other specialized sectors of our industry.

    Industry Resources
    New Anti-Human Trafficking Training

    In partnership with RG24seven, the AGA launched a first-of-its-kind training to educate gaming industry employees on how to combat human trafficking.

    Available to all gaming companies beginning today, the free training is based on AGA’s Guide to Preventing and Combating Human Trafficking and draws on expertise from  AGA’s Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force, nonprofits and law enforcement.

    The training uses videos, quizzes and expert voices to educate participants, who will receive a verified certificate upon successful completion. To request organization-wide access to the training, gaming company executives, managers and other representatives should contact [email protected].

    Request Access to the Free Training
    Industry Toolkit: National Human Trafficking Prevention Month

    Join the gaming industry this January in recognizing National Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Our industry toolkit includes:

    • Social Media Graphics
    • Key Messages
    • Ways to Participate

    Download the Toolkit
    Resource Guide: Preventing and Combating Human Trafficking in the Gaming Industry

    Traffickers take advantage of legitimate industries and supply chains to find, exploit and traffic victims. This is especially true for the travel and tourism industry—including casino gaming. Human trafficking may be linked to other illegal enterprises such as narcotics or firearm trafficking, terrorist organizations and money laundering.

    The AGA recognizes the gaming industry has a moral and legal obligation to ensure that our customers and employees are in a safe environment acting of their own free will, and to take meaningful steps to identify and prevent human trafficking. Awareness, due diligence, and training are critical to protecting vulnerable individuals and keeping criminal activities out of our industry.

    Download the Guide