Kentucky Looks to Become Newest State to Mandate CDL Drivers Receive Human Trafficking Awareness Training

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Kentucky seeks mandate CDL drivers receive human trafficking awareness training.

CDL University LLC supports efforts to end human trafficking, and applauds the potential move to mandate human trafficking awareness training. All of our truck drivers need to be aware of how to help stop human trafficking. That’s a big part of our program and of our mission to produce the best truckers in America.

From the Kentucky New Era.

Kentucky’s Attorney General, Andy Beshear, ponders the effects of mandated human trafficking awareness training,

“Think about how far-reaching it would be for victims of human trafficking if every commercial licensed driver had awareness training,” Beshear said. “Every year 70 million vehicles travel through the Northern Kentucky area alone. This is a real opportunity for Kentucky to equip all our drivers with the tools needed to save lives and help some of our most vulnerable citizens.”

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