eligible entity

(3) Eligible entity The term “eligible entity” means a State or unit of local government that— (A) has significant criminal activity involving sex trafficking of minors; (B) has demonstrated cooperation between Federal, State, local, and, where applicable, tribal law enforcement agencies, prosecutors, and social service providers in addressing sex trafficking of minors; (C) has developed a workable, multi-disciplinary plan to combat sex trafficking of minors, including— (i) building or establishing a residential care facility for minor victims of sex trafficking; (ii) the provision of rehabilitative care to minor victims of sex trafficking; (iii) the provision of specialized training for law enforcement officers and social service providers for all forms of sex trafficking, with a focus on sex trafficking of minors; (iv) prevention, deterrence, and prosecution of offenses involving sex trafficking of minors; (v) cooperation or referral agreements with organizations providing outreach or other related services to runaway and homeless youth; and (vi) law enforcement protocols or procedures to screen all individuals arrested for prostitution, whether adult or minor, for victimization by sex trafficking and by other crimes, such as sexual assault and domestic violence; and (D) provides assurance that a minor victim of sex trafficking shall not be required to collaborate with law enforcement to have access to residential care or services provided with a grant under this section.


34 USC § 20702(a)(3)

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