Subject
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fugitive? Effects of Federal Legislation on the Commercial Sexual
Exploitation of Children


Discussion Thread
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Response (Wanda Richardson) - 08/26/2010 02:17 PM
Hello Ben,

Thank you for bringing this publication to our attention.   We have begun
the process of putting this version into the FDLP program.  Thank you for
using ask GPO and for your continued support of the Federal Depository
Library Program.  If you need additional assistance, please feel free to
contact us again.


Wanda Richardson
Contract Acquisitions Specialist
Library Services and Content Management
U.S. Government Printing Office
North Capitol & H Sts. NW
Washington, DC 20401

Customer (Ben Amata) - 08/16/2010 02:44 PM
see http://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/ojjdp/228631.pdf

Effects of Federal Legislation on the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of
Children 
(NCJ 228631) July 2010 
Bulletin, 12 page(s) 
  
Examines the effects of the Trafficking and Violence Prevention Act of
2000 on the prosecution of commercial sexual exploitation of children
(CSEC) cases. As many as 300,000 children become victims of commercial
sexual exploitation each year. This bulletin discusses how current laws
addressing CSEC are enforced, provides the key features of successful
CSEC prosecutions, and describes how the juvenile justice community could
improve prosecution.  
PDF(3 MB)


Question Reference #100816-000100
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 Category Level 1: Federal Depository Libraries
 Category Level 2: Fugitive publications/LostDocs
     Date Created: 08/16/2010 02:44 PM
     Last Updated: 08/26/2010 02:17 PM
           Status: Solved
     Phone Number: 
     DEPLIBNUMBER: 0055A


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Editor’s note: We are placing a temporary states of fugitive AND found because while GPO staff have indicated this item is going into the program, it has not yet turned up in the Catalog of Government Publications. This entry will be reversed once we’re aware of a CGP record.