The Role of Data and Analysis in Human Trafficking Initiatives

A webinar that explains how to select a task force research partner, what data should be collected to inform evaluation and ongoing assessment activities, and how that data can inform the structure, function, and processes of a task force. 

Target Audience: Enhanced Collaborative Model (ECM) task force members

Overall Objective: To provide information on various approaches to ongoing assessment of task force efforts, Incorporate data collection and analysis early in the project timeline, Use promising practices to select a research partner and outline role/responsibilities, Identify data sources and strategies for collection and analysis, Identify potential challenges to avoid in the evaluation process, and Understand the practical application of assessment results to enhance task force processes.

Project Funding Provided By: The Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice

Includes: A webinar featuring subject matter experts Heather Perez, Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator, Michigan State University (MSU); Edmund McGarrell, Director, Michigan Justice Statistics Center; Professor, School of Criminal Justice, Michigan State University (MSU); and Dominique Roe-Sepowitz, Director, Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research (STIR); Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Arizona State University (ASU).

To learn more about IACP’s anti-human trafficking resources, go to the https://www.theiacp.org/projects/anti-human-trafficking-training-and-technical-assistance

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