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Video of Suzanne Koepplinger on report: “Early Intervention to Avoid Sex Trading and Trafficking of Minnesota's Female Youth: Benefit-Cost Analysis”

03 Oct 2012 1:44 PM | Adrienne Hoffman-Lewis (Administrator)
Watch the Interview! Early Intervention to Avoid Sex Trading and Trafficking of Minnesota’s Female Youth: A Benefit-Cost Analysis. This report was authored by Dr. Lauren Martin of University of Minnesota and Dr. Rick Lotspeich of Indiana State University. Using a very conservative methodology, we find a 34 – 1 return on investment for early intervention and prevention programs that serve runaway and homeless girls in our state. This is the population most at risk for being trafficked into prostitution.

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