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Experiences of Youth in the Sex Trade in Chicago: Issues in Youth Poverty and Homelessness
(NCJ 249954) March 2016
Grant, 54 page(s)
Center for Court Innovation
This report discusses the context, methodology, and findings from in-depth interviews conducted with over 200 young people, ages 13-24, in the sex trade in Chicago, Illinois. This report is part of an OJJDP-funded study designed to increase scientific knowledge concerning youth involvement in the sex trade.