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The Aftermath of Sextortion

David FinkelhorSeptember 29, 2016
Research Into Practice
Co-authored by Janis Wolak, Senior Researcher, University of New Hampshire Crimes Against Children Research CenterSextortion—threats to expose sexual images—can spark life-altering crises in the lives of young people. A new report we authored for University of New Hampshire’s Crimes against Children Research Center (CCRC) aims to shed some light on this new phenomenon and its consequences. Those consequences are far-reaching: One-in-fo...Continue

The Way Out of Trafficking Starts at the Entrance

Faiza Mathon-MathieuSeptember 20, 2016
Policies that Help Kids
Over just one week in the middle of August, a multi-agency team in LA County recovered eight minor victims of sex trafficking between 15 and 17 years of age in Operation Summer Rescue. The children have since been placed in protective services and are receiving care, however we know they will face a long road to recovery. The terrible toll this crime takes on children is not surprising. One survivor described how she suffered physical and psychol...Continue

Who's on your CSEC Team?

Susan GoldfarbSeptember 9, 2016
Insights
It’s the first standard on the list: Multidisciplinary Team (MDT)—the professionals from every field necessary to help a child victim of abuse recover and heal.  Every accredited Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) must demonstrate not only that it has a multidisciplinary team but also that this team’s work is supported by a written interagency agreement, that written guidelines outline each discipline’s roles and responsibilities, th...Continue