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National Judicial Institute on Domestic Child Sex Trafficking Online Resources

Welcome to the National Judicial Institute on Domestic Child Sex Trafficking online resources page! On this page, you will find many of the resources used throughout our Institute, as well as bench cards, fact sheets, evaluation tools, and much more. We hope you will find these resources helpful to your work. If you would like to add a resource to the page or would like more information on the Institute, please contact us here.

IDENTIFYING VICTIMS:

ISSUE BRIEFS & FACT SHEETS:

NCJFCJ PUBLICATIONS & WEBINARS:

TOOLS & BENCHCARDS:

SAMPLE COURT ORDERS:

  • Sample Court Order to Report Missing Child

EXAMPLE PROTOCOLS:

  • Center for Children & Youth Justice. (2013). Washington State Model Protocol for Commercially Sexually Exploited Children.
  • Connecticut Department of Children & Families. Description of the Specialized Foster Care Model for CSEC Victims and High Risk Youth.
  • Connecticut Department of Children & Families. Practice Guide for Intake and Investigative Response to Human Trafficking of Children.
  • Connecticut Department of Children & Families. (2008). Program Guidelines for Girls’ Services in Connecticut (2008).
  • Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. (2015). Human Trafficking Procedures.
  • Los Angeles County. Law Enforcement First Responder Protocol for Commercially Sexually Exploited Children.
  • Ramsey County Attorney’s Office, Minnesota and the Sexual Violence Justice Institute. (2017). Safe Harbor Protocol Guidelines.

SPECIALTY COURTS:

RESEARCH & REPORTS:

LEGAL ANALYSIS:

TRAINING CURRICULA:

MAINSTREAM MEDIA ARTICLES:

AUDIO & VIDEO RESOURCES:

 

 

The National Judicial Institute on Domestic Child Sex Trafficking is a partnership of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court JudgesRights4Girls, and the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

The statements and positions contained within these resources do not represent official positions of NCJFCJ, Rights4Girls, or the OJJDP, and are solely those of the author, or authoring organization. For more information on NCJFCJ’s policies and positions, please review official NCJFCJ publications and resolutions available on this website.

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