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Minor Victims of Sex Trafficking

Final Summaries of Funded Sites

Published Apr 11, 2024

by Melissa M. Labriola, Dionne Barnes-Proby, Laura Whitaker, Grace Hindmarch, James P. Murphy

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The Minor Victims of Sex Trafficking Program aims to develop and strengthen victim service programs for trafficking victims. These sites provide services to minor victims of sex trafficking and collaborate with local partners. This final report summarizes the activities of four sites, including how the organizations within each site communicate and partner, and provides a preliminary assessment of each site's readiness for process and outcome evaluations.

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This evaluation was sponsored by the Office for Victims of Crime and conducted in the Justice Policy Program within RAND Social and Economic Well-Being.

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