National Association of Attorneys General
A 2012 research report by Abt Associates submitted to the U.S. Department of Justice. The report is designed to provide a descriptive overview of initiatives targeting demand for commercial sex in the United States.
A 2012 report by Director & Chief Counsel Abigail Lawlis Kuzma of Consumer Protection, Office of Indiana Attorney General regarding lessons learned from combatting human trafficking during Super Bowl XLVI. The article includes descriptions of critical partnerships, training priorities, anti-demand campaign activities, legislative and prevention initiatives, and strategies for law enforcement.
DEMAND.: A comparative Examination of Sex Tourism and Trafficking in Jamaica, Japan, the Netherlands, and the United States
An examination of the marketplace of commercial sexual exploitation in four countries: Jamaica, Japan, the Netherlands, and the United States. This report approaches sex tourism and sex trafficking from a market-based perspective in which buyers of commercial sex services bring demand.
Demand an End is a national anti-sex trafficking initiative, initially created in partnership with the Georgia Attorney General's office and Street Grace. The initiative provides a growing body of materials (print and media) that establish a variety of tools and resources, creating a clear message that is specifically branded for each state and the local state Attorney General's office. Demand an End focuses on the driving force behind sex trafficking—Demand. For more information or to sign on to the Demand an End National Initiative, contact Street Grace at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online resource from the Indiana Attorney General Office, including campaign material from "Don't Buy the Lie" (a community anti-demand initiative including a video, PowerPoint, Pledge, and information cards).