Human Trafficking in Ohio: Markets, Responses and Considerations
Group: RAND Corporation
This monograph is designed to provide context about human trafficking in Ohio to help inform and shape public discourse and practical responses to it. To do so, it systematically explores human trafficking in terms of its existence and characteristics and in terms of how the criminal justice and social service communities have responded to it. The goal is to provide policymakers and practitioners with information to help improve their efforts to protect and provide services to victims and to bring perpetrators to justice. This monograph will also be of value to legislators and practitioners in other states who are concerned about this issue, as well as to researchers who are seeking to better understand human trafficking and the social response to it
- Sectors (Govt, Non-Profit, etc)
- Location in resource
- Internet Available?
- Has population data?
- Year(s) of Publication
More like this
|State/Location||Categories||Title||Group||Year(s) of Publication||URL|