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Moody backs DoD CTIP policy

Combating Trafficking in Persons poster. (Courtesy of  Department of Defense)

Combating Trafficking in Persons poster. (Courtesy of Department of Defense)

Combating Trafficking in Persons poster. (Courtesy of Department of Defense)

Combating Trafficking in Persons poster. (Courtesy of Department of Defense)

Combating Trafficking in Persons poster. (Courtesy of Department of Defense)

Combating Trafficking in Persons poster. (Courtesy of Department of Defense)

Combating Trafficking in Persons poster. (Courtesy of Department of Defense)

Combating Trafficking in Persons fact sheet. (Courtesy of Department of Defense)

MOODY AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. --

Due to the seriousness of Trafficking in Persons (TIP), the egregious results in terms of human tragedy, and the disabling impact on military readiness, the Air Force has established a zero tolerance policy for this crime.

All members of the 23d Wing are expected to be aware of the negative impacts TIP could have on the Wing's readiness and professional climate. All Airmen should know which commercial establishments are considered Off -Limits and identify and report suspicious behavior that may indicate TIP activities to their chain of command, Security Forces, Air Force Office of Special Investigations, or Inspector General.

Additionally, any TIP-related issues can be communicated to Gladys Colon-Burroughs, 23d Wing Violence Prevention Office violence prevention integrator, at 229-257-9722.