• Human Trafficking in Public Space

  • Responses to Human Trafficking by the Criminal Justice System, the Public, and the Private Sector 

Typology of Corporate Involvement in Human Trafficking. Read about it in the British Journal of Criminology.  

Criminology

  • Risk to Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Youth

  • Repeat and Poly-Victimization 

Read about repeat and polyvictimizations in the context of labor trafficking in Psychology of Violence.

Victimization

  • Spatial and Network Correlates of Illicit Events

  • Predicting Victimization Risk

Read about dissertation work Current Projects.

Computational Criminology

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Complete List of Publications

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Refereed Articles

 

De Vries, Ieke. 2019. Connected to Crime: An Exploration of the Nesting of Labour Trafficking in Legitimate Markets. The British Journal of Criminology 59 (1): 209-230. doi: 10.1093/bjc/azy019. [article link]

Farrell, Amy, Meredith Dank, Ieke de Vries, Matthew Kafafian, Andrea Hughes, and Sarah Lockwood. 2019. Failing Victims? Challenges of the Police Response to Human Trafficking. Criminology and Public Policy. doi: 10.11111/1745-9133.12456[article link]

Farrell, Amy, Katherine Bright, Ieke de Vries, Rebecca Pfeffer. Policing labor trafficking in the United States. 2019. Trends in Organized Crime.  doi: 10.1007/s12117-019-09367-6. [article link]

De Vries, Ieke, Connor Nickerson*, Amy Farrell, Dana Wittmer, and Vanessa Bouché. 2019. The Role of Anti-Immigration Sentiment in Public Support for Anti-Trafficking Efforts. Crime, Law and Social Change 1-19. doi: 10.1007/s10611-019-09838-5. [article link]

De Vries, Ieke and Kelly Goggin*. 2018. The Impact of Childhood Abuse on the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Youth: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Trauma, Violence & Abuse. doi: 10.1177/1524838018801332. [article link]


De Vries, Ieke and Amy Farrell. 2018. Labor Trafficking Victimizations: Repeat Victimization and Poly-victimization. Psychology of Violence 8 (5): 630-638. doi: 10.1037/vio0000149. [article link]

De Vries, Ieke. 2012. Mensenhandel en Medisch-Psychologische Rapportages. Asiel en Migrantenrecht 9: 481-490. [Human Trafficking and Medico-Psychological Reports, only available in Dutch].

Book Chapters

 

Farrell, Amy and Ieke de Vries. 2019. Measuring the Unmeasurable. In: John Winterdyk & Jackie Jones (Eds.). The Palgrave International Handbook of Human Trafficking. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-63192-9_6-1[chapter link]

De Vries, Ieke, Megan Jose*, and Amy Farrell. 2019. The Role of the Private Sector in Human Trafficking. In: John Winterdyk & Jackie Jones (Eds.). The Palgrave International Handbook of Human Trafficking. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-63192-9_45-1. [chapter link]

De Vries, Ieke and Amy Farrell. In Press. Sex Work. Encyclopedia of Women and Crime. Wiley-Blackwell.

Work in Progress

 

De Vries, Ieke, Matthew Kafafian*, Kelly Goggin*, Elizabeth Bouchard, Susan Goldfarb, Amy Farrell. Predicting commercial sexual exploitation among at-risk youth using computational techniques (under review).

 

De Vries, Ieke and Jason Radford. Automated Text Analysis to Describe the Problem of Illicit Massage Businesses and Call upon Bystander-Responsibility (in preparation).

 

De Vries, Ieke, Amy Farrell, Vanessa Bouché, and Dana Wittmer. Gendered support for public responses against human trafficking (in preparation).

 
Other Publications / Technical Reports

De Vries, Ieke and Corinne Dettmeijer-Vermeulen. 2015. Extremely Wanted: Human Trafficking Statistics. Then what to do with the Hodgepodge of Numbers? in Kristiina Kangaspunta (Ed). UN Forum on Crime and Society (8). Special Issue. Researching Hidden Populations: Approaches to and Methodologies for Generating Data on Trafficking in Persons. New York: United Nations.


Van der Heijden, Peter, Ieke de Vries, Dagmar Boehning, and Maarten Cruyff. 2015. Estimating the Size of Hard-to-Reach Populations using Capture-Recapture Methodology, with a Discussion of the ILO Global Estimate of Forced Labor, in Kristiina Kangaspunta (Ed). UN Forum on Crime and Society (8). Special Issue. Researching Hidden Populations: Approaches to and Methodologies for Generating Data on Trafficking in Persons. New York: United Nations.


National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children. 2014. Trafficking in Human Beings: Visible and Invisible. A Quantitative Report 2008- 2012. The Hague: National Rapporteur [only available in Dutch, Summary report is available in English]. – Lead investigator/author.

National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children. 2013. Does Legalized Prostitution Generate More Human Trafficking? The Hague: National Rapporteur. – Author. 

National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children. 2012. Trafficking in Human Beings: Visible and Invisible. A Quantitative Report 2007-2011. The Hague: National Rapporteur. – Lead investigator/author.

National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children. 2013. Ninth Report of the National Rapporteur. The Hague: National Rapporteur. – Collaborator.


National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children. 2013. Reporting on Human Trafficking.” In: Fackson Banda (Ed.), Model curricula for journalism education. A compendium of new syllabi, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 155-191. Paris: UNESCO. – Collaborator.

National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children. 2012. Case Law on Trafficking in Human Beings 2009-2012. An Analysis. The Hague: National Rapporteur – Collaborator.

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