D


Workshop and Site Visit Agendas

To supplement its review of the literature, the committee conducted two public workshops, two open sessions, and four site visits. This appendix contains the agendas for these meetings and visits. The methodology for conducting the site visits and summaries of the visits are presented in Appendix C.

OPEN SESSION AGENDAS

January 4, 2012
Washington, DC

1:15 PM Welcome
  

Richard (Dick) Krugman, Committee Chair

     
1:20 PM Remarks from Study Sponsors and Discussion
  

Catherine Pierce, Associate Administrator for Child Protection

  

U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)

     
2:20 PM Overview of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Sex Trafficking of Minors in the United States
   Ernie Allen, President and Chief Executive Officer National Center for Missing and Exploited Children


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D Workshop and Site Visit Agendas To supplement its review of the literature, the committee conducted two public workshops, two open sessions, and four site visits. This appen- dix contains the agendas for these meetings and visits. The methodology for conducting the site visits and summaries of the visits are presented in Appendix C. OPEN SESSION AGENDAS January 4, 2012 Washington, DC 1:15 PM Welcome Richard (Dick) Krugman, Committee Chair 1:20 PM Remarks from Study Sponsors and Discussion Catherine Pierce, Associate Administrator for Child Protection U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) 2:20 PM Overview of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Sex Trafficking of Minors in the United States Ernie Allen, President and Chief Executive Officer National Center for Missing and Exploited Children 429

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430 Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Sex Trafficking of Minors National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) Response to Human Trafficking Judy McKee, Director of Programs National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute Health and Human Services Dimensions of Commercial and Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) Erin Williamson, Senior Associate ICF International Understanding Data on Domestic Sex Trafficking of Minors Tracey Kyckelhahn, Statistician Bureau of Justice Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs 4:15 PM Concluding Remarks and Adjourn Open Session workshop Agendas Workshop 1—February 29, 2012 Washington, DC 9:30 AM Welcome and Introductions Richard (Dick) Krugman, Committee Chair 9:45 AM Opening Session: Opportunities and Challenges for Advocates and Victim Service Providers Committee Moderator: Dick Krugman Tina Frundt, Courtney’s House Bradley Myles, Polaris Project Samantha Vardaman, Shared Hope International 11:05 AM BREAK 11:15 AM BREAKOUT SESSIONS Breakout I—Opportunities and Challenges for Local Law Enforcement Committee Moderator: Jonathan Todres

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Appendix D 431 Byron Fassett, Dallas Police Department Donna Gavin, Boston Police Department Lauren Hersh, King’s County District Attorney’s Office Hon. Toko Serita, Criminal Court of the City of New York, Queens County Breakout II—Opportunities and Challenges in the Juvenile Justice and Family Court Systems Committee Moderator: Catherine Gallagher Courtney Bryan, Center for Court Innovation Hon. Hiram E. Puig-Lugo, Superior Court of the District of Columbia Francine Sherman, Boston College (by phone) 12:45 PM LUNCH 1:45 PM BREAKOUT SESSIONS (CONT.) Breakout III—Opportunities and Challenges for Federal Law Enforcement Committee Moderator: Callie Rennison Alexandra Gelber, Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice Lisa Holman, Child Exploitation and Victim Witness  Criminal Investigations Group, U.S. Postal Inspection Service Kurt Ormberg, Federal Bureau of Investigation Breakout IV—Opportunities and Challenges in Using a Multidisciplinary Response to CSEC Committee Moderator: Patti Toth Jeffrey Gersh, Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program, U.S. Department of Justice Jennifer Greene, Cook County Human Trafficking Task Force Bradley Mitchell and Mary Atlas-Terry, Office for Victims of Crimes, U.S. Department of Justice Eric Pauley, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Innocence Lost Initiative

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432 Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Sex Trafficking of Minors 3:15 PM BREAK 3:30 PM Public Comments Howard Davidson, American Bar Association 4:00 PM Closing Remarks and Adjournment November 28, 2012 Washington, DC 10:00 AM S  ponsor Session with Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Karen Bachar Melodee Hanes Catherine Pierce Marilyn Roberts WORKSHOP AGENDAS Workshop 2—May 9, 2012 San Francisco, California 9:30 AM Registration 10:00 AM Welcome and Introductions Richard (Dick) Krugman, Committee Chair 10:15 AM Breakout I—Opportunities and Challenges for Preventing and Addressing CSEC/Sex Trafficking (ST) for Public Health and Health Care Providers (Napa Ballroom) Committee Moderator: Tonya Chaffee Lucy Berliner, University of Washington Kimberly S. G. Chang, Asian Health Services V. Jordan Greenbaum, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Suzanne Nguyen, Oakland High School Wellness Center Breakout II—Opportunities and Challenges for Preventing and Addressing CSEC/ST for Child Welfare and Human Services Providers (Golden Gate Ballroom) Committee Moderator: Patti Toth

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Appendix D 433 Shelby French, International Organization for Adolescents Michelle Guymon, Los Angeles County Probation Department David Nielsen, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Shalita O’Neale, Maryland Foster Youth Resource Center 11:45 AM LUNCH BREAK 1:00 PM  Breakout III—Opportunities and Challenges for Preventing and Addressing CSEC/ST Through Victim Services (Napa Ballroom) Committee Moderator: Callie Rennison Sherilyn Adams, Larkin Street Youth Services Mindy Phillips, Motivating, Inspiring, Supporting, and Serving Sexually Exploited Youth Alexandra (Sandi) Pierce, Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center Mollie Ring, Standing Against Global Exploitation Breakout IV—Opportunities and Challenges for Preventing and Addressing CSEC/ST in the Private Sector (Golden Gate Ballroom) Committee Moderator: Jonathan Todres Samir Goswami, LexisNexis Barry Koch, JPMorgan Chase (by phone) Carol Smolenski, ECPAT-USA 2:30 PM BREAK 3:00 PM Closing Session—Opportunities and Challenges for Preventing and Addressing CSEC/ST Using Multidisciplinary Responses (Golden Gate Ballroom) Committee Moderator: Mark Latonero Joslyn Baker and Esther J. Nelson, Multnomah County Jeneé Littrell, Grossmont Union High School District Nancy E. O’Malley, Alameda County District Attorney Hon. Donna Quigley Groman, Los Angeles Superior Court

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434 Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Sex Trafficking of Minors 4:30 PM BREAK 4:45 PM Public Comments 5:00 PM Closing Remarks and Adjournment Dick Krugman SITE VISIT Agendas Site Visit 1—March 23, 2012 Boston, Massachusetts 10:00 AM Introductions, Overview of the Study, and Goals for the Site Visit Natalie McClain and Abigail English 10:15 AM Brief Presentations from Invited Organizations  (Formal presentations will be limited to 10 minutes per participant.) Beth Bouchard, Support to End Exploitation Now Katie Carlson, Gaining Independence for Tomorrow, Roxbury Youthworks Donna Gavin, Boston Police Department Lisa Goldblatt Grace, My Life, My Choice Susan Goldfarb, Support to End Exploitation Now Tanee Hobson, My Life, My Choice Fran Sherman, Boston College Law School and Juvenile Rights Advocacy Project 11:00 AM Group Discussion  Topics for discussion will include as many of the following program and/or research components as possible: local context, populations served, settings, and evaluation and data collection efforts. 12:00 PM Working Lunch 1:00 PM Group Discussion (cont.) 2:00 PM Adjourn

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Appendix D 435 Site Visit 2—May 11, 2012 San Francisco, California 9:00 AM Introductions, Overview of the Study, and Goals for the Site Visit Tonya Chaffee and Patti Simon 9:15 AM Brief Presentations from Invited Organizations  (Formal presentations will be limited to 10 minutes per participant.) Catherine Cousart, Child Protection Center Toby Eastman, Larkin Street Youth Services Mollie Ring, The SAGE Project, Inc. Gena Castro Rodriguez, Youth Justice Institute William P. Siffermann, San Francisco Juvenile Probation Department Carol Taniguchi, Special Programs for Youth (Juvenile Hall San Francisco) Raquel White, Special Programs for Youth (Juvenile Hall San Francisco) 10:00 AM Group Discussion  Topics for discussion will include as many of the following program and/or research components as possible: local context, populations served, settings, and evaluation and data collection efforts. 11:00 AM Break 11:15 AM Group Discussion (cont.) 12:00 PM Working Lunch 1:00 PM Wrap-Up and Adjourn Site Visit 3—May 11, 2012 Chicago, Illinois 8:30 AM Introductions, Overview of the Study, and Goals for the Site Visit Dick Krugman

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436 Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Sex Trafficking of Minors 8:45 AM Brief Presentations from Invited Organizations  (Formal presentations will be limited to 10 minutes per participant.) Sehla Ashai, The International Organization for Adolescents Lisa Gilmore, Center on Halsted Jennifer Greene, Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office Lynne Johnson, Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation Erin Knowles-Wirsing, Salvation Army STOP-IT Michelle Nasser, U.S. Attorney’s Office, Northern District of Illinois Traci Walker, Chicago Police Department 9:45 AM Group Discussion  Topics for discussion will include as many of the following program and/or research components as possible: local context, populations served, settings, and evaluation and data collection efforts. 10:30 AM Break 10:45 AM Group Discussion (cont.) 11:45 AM Working Lunch 12:30 PM Wrap-Up and Adjourn Site Visit 4—September 12, 2012 New York, New York 10:00 AM Introductions, Overview of the Study, and Goals for the Site Visit Angela Diaz 10:15 AM Brief Presentations from Invited Organizations  (Formal presentations will be limited to 10 minutes per participant.) danah boyd, Microsoft Research Courtney Bryan, Center for Court Innovation Janice Holzman, Girls Educational and Mentoring Services (GEMS)

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Appendix D 437 Daniella Latimer, Mount Sinai Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention (SAVI) Program Michael Polenberg, Safe Horizon John Steever, Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center Johannah Westmacott, Safe Horizon 11:00 AM Group Discussion  Topics for discussion will include as many of the following program and/or research components as possible: local context, populations served, settings, and evaluation and data collection efforts. 12:00 PM Working Lunch 1:00 PM Group Discussion (cont.) 2:00 PM Adjourn

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