Manhattan District Attorney Investing $2 Million to Prevent Youth Sex Trafficking
Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance announced that his office will award $2 million over three years to develop an intervention to address youth sex trafficking in New York City. “In case after case, we see traffickers target children and teens, particularly those in our child welfare system or those who have run away from home,” said Vance, in a press release.
San Francisco Develops Interagency Protocol to Serve CSEC
On February 18, the Child Sex Trafficking Subcommittee of San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee’s Task Force on Anti-Human Trafficking discussed the county’s plan to serve commercially sexually exploited children (CSEC) under a new program launched by the state.
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Immigration Reform Will Include Child Welfare Component On Tuesday, January 29, the President released his set of principles and goals for immigration reform. It followed the announcement by eight U.S. senators that they had reached agreement on a set of principles for reform.