Maximizing Justice: Building a Prosecution Review Process
Duration: 90 Minutes
Recorded on July 8,
Presented by the International Association of Chiefs of
Police (IACP), AEquitas, and the National White Collar Crime Center
Justice can be measured and achieved in a variety of
ways. In human trafficking cases, there are a number of avenues to justice—and
it is paramount to consider both a victim’s perception of justice and law
enforcements’ objective to maximize offender accountability. Determining the
most effective route to justice requires knowledge of each avenue and the unique
statutes, policies, and procedures that shape them.Presented by:
During this webinar, the presenter will introduce
participants to the resource, “Maximizing Justice: Building a Prosecution Review
Process.” This resource supports prosecutors and allied professionals in
identifying the most effective route to prosecute traffickers. The discussion will highlight how task forces can use this
process to conduct investigations more effectively, make charging decisions,
support victims, and ultimately proceed to trial.
Amada Bond, Project Coordinator, IACP (Moderator)
Jane Anderson, Attorney Advisor,
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under Cooperative Agreement #2020-VT-BX-K002, awarded by the Office for Victims of Crime,
Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings,
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