RESEARCH

the latest studies about sex trafficking in Arizona

The Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research (STIR) is in the School of Social Work, within the College of Public Service and Community Solutions at Arizona State University.  The STIR office, opened in the Spring of 2013, is staffed by academics, researchers and law enforcement community research partners.

The goal of the STIR office is to be a central source of research on domestic sex trafficking which will inform the decisions made by those who contact victims and perpetrators of sex trafficking including law enforcement and prosecutors, educators, medical services and social services.

Research disseminated from the STIR office has and will continue to significantly contribute to the knowledge base about sex trafficking by introducing innovative research methodologies and unique partnerships in the development of new knowledge.

Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research (STIR)

Incidence of Identified Sex Trafficking Victims in Arizona: 2015 and 2016 (2017 Report)

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Six Year Analysis of Sex Trafficking of Minors (2017)

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Las Vegas Sex Trafficking 2014 One-Year Snapshot (2016)

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YES 2016 Survey

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YES 2015 Survey

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YES 2014 Survey

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Super Bowl XLIX Report (2015)

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Super Bowl XLVIII Report (2014)

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Offender Program for Persons who Solicit 2014 Evaluation

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Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking 2014 Report

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Invisible Offenders Report

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AZ Juvenile Probation Study Dec 2015

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