Ethical and Practical Considerations for Collecting Research-Related Data from Commercially Sexually Exploited Children
A Longitudinal Evaluation of a Survivor-Mentor Program for Child Survivors of Sex Trafficking in the United States
Agency and Social Constraint Among Victims of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: A Method for Measuring Free Will
Evaluation of a Multi-Session Group Designed to Prevent Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Minors: The "My Life My Choice" Curriculum
Ethical and Practical Considerations for Collecting Research-Related Data From Commercially Sexually Exploited Children
Friends, Family, and Boyfriends: An Analysis of Relationship Pathways Into Commercial Sexual Exploitation
In 2004, the National Institute of Justice created the social science research on forensic sciences (SSRFS) research program to explore the impact of forensic sciences on the criminal justice system and the administration of justice. Much of the early research from the SSRFS program focused on DNA processing and the use of DNA in investigations and prosecutions.
Preventing the next sext: A behavioral economic approach to understanding nude photo sharing decisions in a high school community
Trends and New Directions in the Law Enforcement Response to the Sex Trafficking of Minors: A Nationally Representative Study
Trends in Arrests and Investigative Techniques of Technology-Facilitated Child Sexual Exploitation Crimes: The 4th National Juvenile Online Victimization Study
Sex Trafficking of Minors: The Impact of Legislative Reform and Judicial Decision Making in Metropolitan and Non-Metropolitan Communities
Failure to Appear: Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking Victims Experience With the Juvenile Justice System and their Readiness to Change
This NIJ Conference Panel brings together American and European practitioners using innovative approaches to thwart the sharing of child pornography online. The panel will highlight two efforts. The first, which NIJ's International Center is evaluating, is a European multilateral project that teams criminal investigators with international nongovernmental organizations and Internet service providers (ISPs) to block access to child pornography sites. The second effort seeks to prevent child pornographers from accessing credit card and other online payment systems.