Workable Solutions for Criminal Record Relief: Recommendations for Prosecutors Serving Victims of Human Trafficking

In March 2019, the Survivor Reentry Project convened prosecutors with experience working with victims of human trafficking in the criminal legal system to share their knowledge and expertise on criminal record relief practices, and develop a set of guiding principles for prosecutors on criminal record relief for victims to ensure consistency and reliability for survivors attempting to access criminal record relief.

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Survivor Reentry Project Webinar Series

Part I: Introduction to Post-Conviction Advocacy and Part II: Post-Conviction Advocacy for Survivors of Trafficking

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Practice Guide for Attorneys

Post-Conviction Advocacy for Survivors of Human Trafficking

This guide includes an introduction to trafficking and post-conviction practice, trafficking vacatur laws, and best practices for working with survivors of human trafficking. To download the guide for FREE, please click below.

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Technical Assistance for Survivors of Human Trafficking

If you have an arrest or conviction history related to your experience, and you would like to be connected to the Survivor Reentry Project team to learn more about your options, please submit a confidential request

Technical Assistance - Form for Survivors

Technical Assistance for Professionals Supporting Survivors of Human Trafficking

The Commission on Domestic & Sexual Violence's Survivor Reentry Project provides individualized support, training, consultation, and technical assistance around the vacatur of criminal convictions for survivors of human trafficking. The Survivor Reentry Project's Resources are available to attorneys, advocates, judges, prosecutors, law enforcement, universities/law schools, and legislators.

Technical Assistance - Form for Professionals

Practice Tips for Service Providers

When conducting a comprehensive needs assessment for survivors of human trafficking, either in crisis or as part of long-term support plan, it is critical to incorporate a discussion of criminal legal involvement and needs. Many survivors have been arrested, often more than once, and their arrest records can greatly impact their stability, eligibility for services, programs, licenses, and jobs, and impede empowerment and well-being.