Mapping the Darkness: Finding Support for Victims of Sex Trafficking in Texas
Project AdvisorMcIntyre, David H.
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Prosecutors in the Human Trafficking and Transnational/Organized Crime Section, Criminal Prosecutions Division, Texas Office of the Attorney General, face two problems in dealing with victims (and especially child victims): explaining the sometimes years long process they face as the judicial system grinds forward; finding resources to help those victims transition to a "normal" life. After extensive research and revision of models, this Capstone group produced an "education aid" and website that addresses these two needs. Brazos County was used as a model, and more than 170 sources of assistance were identified and categorized. The customer was so satisfied that the project will be extended for another year in order to develop models and data bases for different sized communities ranging from rural counties to major cities.
DepartmentPublic Service and Administration
Alley, Ashley; Hall, Emily; McKnight, Steve; Miller, Tyler; Moore, Madison; Peak, Jennifer; Slater, Jonathan; Tillman, Erica (2019). Mapping the Darkness: Finding Support for Victims of Sex Trafficking in Texas. Available electronically from
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