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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26520827/identifying-best-practices-for-safe-harbor-legislation-to-protect-child-sex-trafficking-victims-decriminalization-alone-is-not-sufficient
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Elizabeth S Barnert, Susan Abrams, Veronica F Azzi, Gery Ryan, Robert Brook, Paul J Chung
Several states have recently enacted "Safe Harbor" laws to redirect child victims of commercial sexual exploitation and child sex trafficking from the criminal justice system and into the child welfare system. No comprehensive studies of Safe Harbor law implementation exist. The nine state Safe Harbor laws enacted by 2012 were analyzed to guide state legislators, health professionals, law enforcement agents, child welfare providers, and other responders to the commercial sexual exploitation of children on the development and implementation of state Safe Harbor laws...
January 2016: Child Abuse & Neglect
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/19716601/child-human-trafficking-victims-challenges-for-the-child-welfare-system
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Rowena Fong, Jodi Berger Cardoso
Since the passing of the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act in 2000 and its reauthorization by President George Bush in 2008, federal, state and community efforts in identifying and providing services for victims of human trafficking have significantly improved. However, most of the research and resources for trafficking victims have been directed towards adults rather than children. Researchers agree that there is a growing number of sexually exploited and trafficked children in the United States yet few programs emphasize the unique experiences and special needs of this population...
August 2010: Evaluation and Program Planning
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17478671/the-2005-reauthorization-of-the-violence-against-women-act-why-congress-acted-to-expand-protections-to-immigrant-victims
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John Conyers
The author provides an overview of the history of congressional involvement with the Violence Against Women Act's (VAWA) provisions to protect immigrant victims of domestic violence and other forms of violence against women. He also outlines the reasoning behind, and purpose of, the most recent enhancements in legal protections for immigrant victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, trafficking, and foreign fianc├ęs and spouses that were included in the recently reauthorized VAWA 2005, also describing the bipartisan work that resulted in this newest piece of legislation...
May 2007: Violence Against Women
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