An Overview of Prevention Programs Related to Human Trafficking
School of Criminal Justice
College of Community and Public Service
Human trafficking is a global issue with an estimated 17,500 individuals trafficked into the U.S., and over 800,000 trafficked worldwide each year. Most research focuses on the outcome of this horrific epidemic but few efforts have examined the numerous prevention programs. This research gathered and reviewed information in relation to these various programs in existence across the U.S. with specific attention to Michigan. It also evaluated one prevention program in particular.
Broadening the Horizon of the Criminal Justice Sciences: Looking Outward Rather Than Inward
Ross, Debra E. and Lynn, Samantha, "An Overview of Prevention Programs Related to Human Trafficking" (2014). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 781.
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