Trafficking Infrastructure Grows: New York’s Statewide Initiative

Posted by on Nov 6, 2013 in The Blog | Comments Off

In the past month, the State of New York has introduced 11 new Human Trafficking Intervention Courts (including Buffalo and Rochester, near where I live in upstate NY). According to the New York Times, the new courts are modeled after three pilot projects that had been established earlier in New York City, and the “initiative is believed to be the first of its kind in the nation.” The NY law resembles the federal U.S. law in targeting force, fraud and coercion (what the national...

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Trafficking Infrastructure Grows: New York’s Statewide Initiative

Posted by on Nov 5, 2013 in Data Matters, News & Events, Pracitioner Corner, Rights Talk and Migration, The Blog | Comments Off

In the past month, the State of New York has introduced 11 new Human Trafficking Intervention Courts (including Buffalo and Rochester, near where I live in upstate NY). According to the New York Times, the new courts are modeled after three pilot projects that had been established earlier in New York City, and the “initiative is believed to be the first of its kind in the nation.” The NY law resembles the federal U.S. law in targeting force, fraud and coercion (what the national...

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