Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2021, $648,715)
This study will include a: 1) process and quasi-experimental outcome evaluation of three human trafficking (sex and labor trafficking) victim service providers using the Outcomes for Human Trafficking Survivors (OHTS) Instrument and 2) conduct a reliability assessment and validity test of the OHTS. It will produce information on the barriers, challenges, best practices, and recommendations for implementing the OHTS including service provider and survivor perspectives and produce information on whether services provided by human trafficking service organizations impact survivor outcomes.
- Evaluation of a Healing-Centered Community-Wide Approach to Addressing Firearm Violence in New Orleans
- An Examination of the Law Enforcement Role in Implementing Extreme Risk Protection Orders
- Community-Led Learning: A Collaborative Approach to Training and Technical Assistance for Violent Crime Problem Analyses