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Improving our approach to human trafficking
Mattar, Mohamed; Van Slyke, Shanna
Where are all the victims?: Understanding the determinants of official identification of human trafficking incidents
Farrell, Amy; McDevitt, Jack; Fahy, Stephanie
Building the infrastructure of anti-trafficking: Information, funding, responses
Identifying child victims of trafficking: Toward solutions and resolutions
Goździak, Elżbieta M.
Measuring the immeasurable: Can the severity of human trafficking be ranked?
Human trafficking: Policy
Stolz, Barbara Ann
Finding the path to optimal deterrence by tracking the path that leads to crime: An introduction to “Studying the costs of crime across offender trajectories”
Anderson, David A.
Studying the costs of crime across offender trajectories
Cohen, Mark A.; Piquero, Alex R.; Jennings, Wesley G.
The costs of crime
Offender trajectories, crime trends, and costs: An invited policy essay on studying the costs of crime across offender trajectories
O'Brien, Robert M.
Juvenile law reform: Ensuring the right to counsel
Bishop, Donna M.
The right to counsel in juvenile court: Law reform to deliver legal services and reduce justice by geography
Feld, Barry C.; Schaefer, Shelly
Does having an attorney provide a better outcome?: The right to counsel does not mean attorneys help youths
When a “right” is not enough: Implementation of the right to counsel in an age of ambivalence
Schwartz, Robert G.; Levick, Marsha
Forensic identification evidence: Utility without infallibility
Cole, Simon A.
Unanalyzed evidence in law-enforcement agencies: A national examination of forensic processing in police departments
Strom, Kevin J.; Hickman, Matthew J.
The promises and pitfalls of forensic evidence in unsolved crimes
Beaver, Kevin M.
An economic perspective on “Unanalyzed evidence in law-enforcement agencies”
Cowan, E. James; Koppl, Roger
Database-driven investigations: The promise—and peril—of using forensics to solve “no-suspect” cases