Omnitracs pledges $25,000 to Truckers Against Trafficking

Updated Mar 6, 2019

Omnitracs, a fleet management technology company, pledged $25,000 to Truckers Against Trafficking, a non-profit organization combatting human trafficking by educating truck drivers and others in the transportation industry.

Kylla Lanier, TAT’s deputy director and co-founder, spoke during the general session of Omnitracs Outlook conference in Dallas Tuesday, Feb. 26. Attendees also received CDs and cab cards with more information about TAT and how to get involved.

“As we continue to work alongside law enforcement to disrupt human trafficking networks and aid in the recovery of victims, it’s important to continue educating the driving community,” Lanier said. “The partnership between TAT and Omnitracs will significantly contribute to the number of trained individuals along our nation’s highways.”