Seeking Your Comments: DOJ New Collection: Survey of State Attorneys General Offices on Human Trafficking
The Bureau of Justice Statistics, Office of Justice Programs, Department of Justice is open to public comment on a proposed survey.
Information from the Federal Register Notice: Respondents will be state attorneys general or deputy attorneys within the state and territory attorneys general offices who work on human trafficking matters. The survey will be conducted for a three (3) month period. The survey collects data on the staffing of state attorneys general offices, including the total number of deputy attorneys general and access to support staff. The survey also collects information on the types and numbers of human trafficking matters referred to the state attorneys general offices, the sources of the referrals of human trafficking matters, the estimates of labor and sex trafficking cases, the types of victims in labor and sex trafficking cases, the types of offenders of labor and sex trafficking cases, the manner in which criminal and civil human trafficking cases were closed in court, and state attorneys general offices' participation in state and federal human trafficking task forces.
Learn more and follow instructions in the Federal Register Notice.