Session 441: RC66 -> Human Trafficking and Criminal Networks (Sponsored by the Division of International Criminology)
Time: 10:40AM to 12:10 PM on Saturday, November 22
Place: Plaza 6
Session Chair: Jay S. Albanese, National Institute of Justice
Human Trafficking in the United States: A Criminal Market Analysis
by: Jay S. Albanese, National Institute of Justice (Corresponding)
Jennifer Schrock Donnelly, National Institute of Justice
The Victims of Trafficking and Violence Act of 2000: The Role of Interest Groups - Domestic and International - in the Congressional Policy-Making Process
by: Barbara Ann Stolz, US General Accounting Office (Corresponding)
Trust in Criminal Networks: A Theoretical Analysis
by: Gerben Bruinsma, NSCR and Leiden University (Corresponding)
Wim Bernasco, NSCR and Leiden University
Uncovering a Destination Country: Trafficking in Women to Bosnia and Herzegovina
by: Galma Jahic, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Victims of Human Trafficking: Assessing Needs and Developing Responses
by: Heather Jennings Clawson, Caliber Associates (Corresponding)
Kevonne Small, Caliber Associates
Marvene O'Rourke, National Institute of Justice

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