Blue Campaign Law and Legal Definition

Blue Campaign is an initiative to combat human trafficking through enhanced public awareness, victim assistance programs, and law enforcement training and initiatives. This campaign is initiated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Blue campaign aims to heighten awareness of human trafficking among the public through various informational products. It provides critical human trafficking information to the public and provides a method for reporting suspected human trafficking activity. The ICE within the DHS is the primary agency that fights human trafficking.

Informational products concerning human trafficking is produced in many languages, and is available to law enforcement, NGOs, and international organizations. Public service announcements, human trafficking brochure in several languages, and human trafficking indicator wallet TIP cards are a few examples of such informational products.