The Protected Innocence Challenge is a comprehensive study of existing state laws designed to inspire and equip advocates.
Under the Challenge, every state receives a Report Card that grades the state on 41 key legislative components that must be addressed in a state's laws in order to effectively respond to the crime of domestic minor sex trafficking. In addition, each state receives a complete analysis of this 41-component review and practical recommendations for improvement.
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