More than 1,000 victims of human trafficking in Ohio have been identified thanks to a University of Cincinnati study published Tuesday, March 26, 2019 by the Ohio Department of Public Safety’s Office of Criminal Justice Services.
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Thanks to a grant from the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services, the University of Cincinnati has developed a human trafficking map. This map identifies victims and survivors of the practice and identifies others who may also be at risk. This project hopes to provide a reliable set of indicators making identification easier and help prevent trafficking to begin with, as well as making it easier to provide victims and survivors with the resources they need. It will streamline efforts and resources.
Click the button above to learn more about the University of Cincinnati's Human Trafficking Map.
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