Human TraffickingAnnotated Bibliography including five citations in APA documentation format, each with a brief summary paragraph: in your own words, write a two-three sentence summary the source’s main point and identifying key expert views or evidence which will help support specific points in your outline.
Human Trafficking in the United States of America
I’ve chosen to cover this topic because now more than ever news specials are being broadcast and even though each story as similar as the next they’re very captivating. The statistics on this issue is overwhelming and it involves just about every type of criminal act known. It’s become an absolute phenomenon in the United States of America.
Criminal Justice entails the following in a criminal activity; gathering evidence, apprehending the accused, conducting a trial, making defense, judgment after proving the crime and eventually punishment. There are many crimes that deserve criminal justice (Legal-Explanations.com, 2004-2007). Human trafficking which is nothing more than modern day slavery is just one of many heavy crimes that deserve it.
A. Trafficking doesn't happen in other parts of the world somewhere else; sufferers of trafficking are right here in the United States, suffering horrendous human rights infringements. The United States did not set in motion the monitoring of trafficked individuals until 1994; it began being covered in the Department’s Annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices (Wordpress.com, 2009). Numerous laws have been passed against it in the United States, and the U.S. has been dynamic in advocating against it globally as well (Wordpress.com, 2009). In the United States trafficking became a center of activities and culminated in the passage of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) signed into law by President Clinton on October 16, 2000 (E.M. Gozdziak, 2005). The first US definition of trafficking was formed by the President’s Interagency Council...