From Flashlight to Searchlight: A Sustainable Information Program for Sex Trafficking Victims in Texas
Project AdvisorMcIntyre, David
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ClientHuman Trafficking and Transnational/Organized Crime Section within the Office of the Attorney General of Texas
DescriptionThis project is a product of the Bush School of Government and Public Service Capstone Program. It expands upon a previous project that mapped the legal pathways for domestic minor sex trafficking victims and the resources available to them in the Brazos Valley. It expands victim information and resource models by applying them to broader geographic areas and additional categories of victims for the Human Trafficking and Transnational/Organized Crime Section of the Texas Office of the Attorney General. This project lasted one academic year and involved ten second-year Master students. They have reviewed the literature on trafficking, validated and revised the previous project, created a visual model for the legal pathways of international trafficking victims, mapped the victim resources available in two additional Texas counties, and developed a more comprehensive, bilingual resource model and website that can be updated by community leaders into specific resource guides for any Texas region.
DepartmentPublic Service and Administration
Bartlett, Caroline; Boylan, Amelia; Cole, Leslie; Counsil, Blane; Hall, Allison; McGrath, Lauren; Morrison, Christina; Noonan, Norma; Tepe, Audrey; Thielbar, Savanna (2020). From Flashlight to Searchlight: A Sustainable Information Program for Sex Trafficking Victims in Texas. Available electronically from
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