Overview: The FEMA IS-1151 course was published on 11/17/2021 for disaster response personnel to learn how to recognize, and report suspected human trafficking.
As someone trained in disaster response, you are in a unique position to spot potential instances of human trafficking. Human traffickers have their guard down during these times and suspicious activity may become more apparent.
FEMA IS-1151 test answers
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Question 1. Which is NOT an indicator of human trafficking?
A. The victim shows signs of physical abuse or torture.
B. The victim is not in control of their own money or travel documents.
C. The victim shows signs of fear or nervousness.
D. The victim is allowed to travel and move freely.✅
Question 2. Which is an indicator of human trafficking?
A. The person engages in conversation with you.
B. The person doesn’t have any identification with them.✅
C. The person does not appear fearful.
D. The person looks physically fit.
Question 3. What can you do if you suspect human trafficking?
A. Call the Department of Homeland Security Regional Office
B. Follow your organization’s reporting protocols.✅
C. Conduct a Citizen’s Arrest of the suspected traffickers.
D. Attempt to remove the suspected victim from the trafficking situation.
Question 4. Which of the following is NOT human trafficking?
A. Human smuggling✅
B. Forced labor
C. Domestic servitude
D. Sex trafficking
Question 5. Which of the following is NOT true of human trafficking?
A. Traffickers and victims can be any age, race, or gender.
B. It always involves sexual exploitation.✅
C. It is a highly profitable crime.
D. It can happen in any community.
Question 6. What should you make note of if you think you’ve encountered a potential situation?
A. Time of day
B. If animals are present
C. Physical appearance details (age, hair, eye color, race, ethnicity, prominent facial features, tattoos).✅
D. Day of the week.