4. On Sept 30th, 2014, Sex trafficking is an increasingly critical issue, and continues to be the world’s fastest growing crime. In addition to many new requirements to combat sex trafficking, this bill significantly changes our child welfare law. It includes new mandates for government regarding “runaways”, newly mandated “normalcy” provisions, restrictions on the use of APPLA for children under 16 and new rights for children in foster care. Willcott was invited to the White House to participate in implementation, planning and policies.
Sex trafficking is a wildly popular topic. It is rampant in Georgia, as well as nationwide and globally. Willcott consults on the laws, policies and practices surrounding this epidemic.