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CRIJ 3433
Domestic Human Trafficking
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Semesters Available: Fall and Spring
Years Available: All
This course will provide a broad perspective on the incidence, prevalence, and pervasiveness of slavery in the United States in its myriad of forms. It takes a Biblical perspective in its human rights approach to the issue and seeks a multi-disciplinary solution in discussing methods to combat modern-day slavery and human trafficking. It will examine both Federal and State laws, police responses, and advocacy within civil society.



No programs require this course.
No courses require this as a prerequisite or corequisite.