Analysis of the criminal justice system's data architecture
- author: Diane Lacy.
- Revised July 2017.
- [Washington, D.C.] : National Criminal Justice Reference Service, Office of Justice Programs, 
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- 1 online resource (87 pages) : color illustrations
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- Lacy, Diane, author.
- Search Group, author.
- National Criminal Justice Reference Service (U.S.) issuing body.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 68-69).
- "The purpose of this research is threefold:1) to examine the extent to which human trafficking in the United States is perpetrated by organized criminal groups; 2) to better understand the groups, individuals, and operations of the organized crime, and operations of the organized crime groups engaged in human trafficking; and 3) to make available the full corpus of federally prosecuted human trafficking cases in a dynamic, open-source, searchable online database at HumanTraffickingData.org."--PDF Executive summary.
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- "Award Number: 2011-IJ-CX-K051."
- "Submission date: July 2016."
- "Prepared by SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics."
- "Document Number: 250964"--Grant transmittal document.
- "Date Received: July 2017"--Grant transmittal document.