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Amy Farrell Weighs in on Washington Post Article on Imprecise Human Trafficking Statistics.

The Washington Post recently posted an article on how Politicians often use out of date and imprecise statistics when talking about human trafficking. WGSS affiliated faculty and co-director of the Violence and Justice Research Lab, Amy Farrell, shares her expertise on the flaws in the FBI data-collection system on human trafficking.

“State and local officials often misclassify trafficking cases, leading to chronic underreporting (…)’Getting data on prosecution of human trafficking is incredibly challenging.’” says Amy Farrell

Read more of what Amy Farrell has to say and the full article here.

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