Safe Harbor: Minnesota's Effort to End Child Sex Trafficking

This e-case highlights a critical quandary of policy design and implementation as advocates, funders, elected officials, public sector employees, and direct service providers seek to address the complex issue of the sex trafficking of minors statewide in a more coordinated and effective way. In July 2011, the collaborative efforts of this cross-sector field of leaders resulted in passage of Minnesota’s Safe Harbor for Sex Trafficked Youth Act – the only law passed during a 3-month government shutdown due to a state budget impasse.
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