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Resource Center for Courts on Child Sex Trafficking

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) developed this resource center to provide new and experienced judicial officers and courts with the tools they need to enhance their ability to address these challenging cases. This toolkit is organized by topic and includes Understanding the Scope of the Problem, Interpreting the Legal Landscape, Implementing Promising Practices, and Leveraging Judicial Leadership. The Resource Center was developed with the support of the NoVo Foundation, Rights4Girls, National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project (NIWAP) Awaken, National American Indian Court Judges Association (NAICJA), and consultants Honorable John Romero (Ret.) and Toni McKinley, MA, LPC.

The Role of the Court in Empowering Youth Survivors of Sex Trafficking Series Events

Jan. 21 – Reducing Demand for Child Sexual Exploitation: Register Here

Jan. 27 – Understanding and Communicating with Youth Survivors of Sex Trafficking – Q&A Session with Toni McKinley, MA, LPC and Judge Romero (Ret.): Register Here