In the first-ever report on the efficacy of the nation’s anti-human trafficking efforts, co-authored by Northeastern criminologist Amy Farrell, researchers found that comprehensive laws that invested in fiscal and human resources—not harsher criminal penalties—increased arrests and prosecutions.
A new study conducted by Northeastern University in collaboration with the Urban Institute examined the comprehensive state of labor trafficking networks in the U.S.
A report by Northeastern researchers released on Monday outlines ways local, state and federal law enforcement can improve the identification, investigation and prosecution of human trafficking.
Alexandra Wolf International Relations, 12’ Global co-op in Mae Sai, Thailand For the last five months I have been working at the Development and Education Programme for Daughters and Communities […]
Panel at Northeastern law school sheds light on the need for attorneys to be part of the solution for victims of human trafficking