Identifying Victims of Human Trafficking: Inherent Challenges and Promising Strategies From the Field

01/20/2008

This Issue Brief focuses on the identification of international and domestic victims of human trafficking in the U.S, looking at the various challenges as well as promising practices to identifying this population. The brief looks at these issues from a broad perspective and has implications for a broad range of organizations and people (e.g., health and human service providers (both governmental and nongovernmental), law enforcement (including immigration enforcement), and others).

 

 

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