Suzanne M. Strong, Ph.D., former BJS Statistician
March 23, 2021 NCJ 254803
This report details the information reported by state attorneys general offices in 43 states, the District of Columbia, and 3 territories on their human-trafficking laws in 2018. The report describes the jurisdiction of state attorneys general offices over labor- and sex-trafficking offenses, their prosecution of human-trafficking offenses, and their staffing or resources to handle human-trafficking cases. It also describes offices that provide victim services, train other entities to recognize and combat human trafficking, and participate in human-trafficking task forces.
Among responding state attorneys general offices in 2018—
Part of the Survey of State Attorneys General Offices Series
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