Pressing For Fight Against Human Trafficking

“People want to think trafficking happens only in back alleys, but we’ve found cases in the cities, in the suburbs, in row houses, in commercial areas – even two blocks from the White House,” says Elie Honig, deputy director of the New Jersey’s Division of Criminal Justice.

Rutgers Today spoke with Honig, who received a bachelor of arts degree in political science from Rutgers in 1997, about why the crime has remained largely off the public’s radar screen, and who is most likely to suffer if restrictions are not tightened.

Learn more at Fredda Sacharow’s Rutgers Media Relations article: Rutgers Graduate Presses Fight Against Human Trafficking.


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