For years, law enforcement has depended on tips from a D.C.-based national hotline to identify human traffickers in the U.S., where the State Department estimates some 15,000 people are trafficked to every year.  Using a $3 million award from Google, anti-trafficking groups Polaris Project, Liberty Asia and La Strada International plan to build an alliance of hotlines around the world.

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