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Human Trafficking: Agencies Have Taken Steps to Assess Prevalence, Address Victim Issues, and Avoid Grant Duplication
Gretta L. Goodwin (au)
Human trafficking -- the exploitation of a person typically through force, fraud, or coercion for such purposes as forced labor, involuntary servitude or commercial sex -- is occurring in the United States. Congress has passed multiple laws to help ensure punishment of traffickers and protection of victims. Government agencies lead federal investigations and prosecutions of trafficking crimes; investigate trafficking related offenses under certain circumstances; take further action, as appropriate; and award grants to fund victim service programs. This report discusses (1) federal efforts to assess prevalence of human trafficking; (2) challenges agencies face in investigating and prosecuting human trafficking cases; and (3) federal grants and steps taken to prevent duplication. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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