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Examining the effectiveness of human trafficking legislation
In January of 2016, Professor Amy Farrell of the School of Criminal Justice completed a study with several research partners about the efficacy of anti-human trafficking efforts. In the first-ever report on the subject, Professor Farrell and her partners found that it is more comprehensive laws on trafficking, rather than harsher criminal penalties, that lead to more prosecutions. To read the news@Northeastern articles on her study and her report, please click here.