LEGAL | POLICY | SYSTEMS
In addition to the rescue and restoration of victims, we must also take affirmative steps to REFORM our laws and policies, and even entire systems that are in place to care for the vulnerable. This process necessitates first becoming informed and then considering how to enact laws and policies that are protective of victims and provide significant deterrents to those who would harm others through this trade. It is also critically important to assess whether our policies – at the legislative level and in our own communities and businesses – are addressing this issue appropriately. Further, monitoring the impact of various reforms all along the way is essential to know whether efforts are successful or need to be further refined, and particularly, what creative solutions might exist to fix systems that are broken, overburdened, or under resourced.
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