All Information (Except Text) for S.2599 - Stop Exploitation Through Trafficking Act of 2014113th Congress (2013-2014)
|Sponsor:||Sen. Klobuchar, Amy [D-MN] (Introduced 07/14/2014)|
|Latest Action:||Senate - 07/15/2014 Read the second time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 464. (All Actions)|
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|07/14/2014||Introduced in Senate|
07/14/2014 Introduced in Senate
All Actions (2)
|07/15/2014||Read the second time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 464.|
Action By: Senate
|07/14/2014||Introduced in the Senate. Read the first time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under Read the First Time.|
Action By: Senate
07/15/2014 Read the second time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 464.
07/14/2014 Introduced in the Senate. Read the first time. Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under Read the First Time.
|Sen. Cornyn, John [R-TX]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Heitkamp, Heidi [D-ND]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Kirk, Mark Steven [R-IL]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Booker, Cory A. [D-NJ]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. McCain, John [R-AZ]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Gillibrand, Kirsten E. [D-NY]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Hoeven, John [R-ND]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Stabenow, Debbie [D-MI]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Coats, Daniel [R-IN]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Hirono, Mazie K. [D-HI]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Ayotte, Kelly [R-NH]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Mikulski, Barbara A. [D-MD]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Wicker, Roger F. [R-MS]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Blumenthal, Richard [D-CT]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Baldwin, Tammy [D-WI]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Franken, Al [D-MN]*||07/14/2014|
|Sen. Feinstein, Dianne [D-CA]||07/16/2014|
|Sen. Warner, Mark R. [D-VA]||07/16/2014|
|Sen. Pryor, Mark L. [D-AR]||09/16/2014|
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Subject — Policy Area:
One Policy Area term, which best describes an entire measure, is assigned to every public bill or resolution.
- Child safety and welfare
- Civil actions and liability
- Congressional oversight
- Crime prevention
- Crime victims
- Crimes against children
- Criminal investigation, prosecution, interrogation
- Criminal justice information and records
- Government information and archives
- Human trafficking
- Intergovernmental relations
- Law enforcement administration and funding
- Sex offenses
- State and local government operations
Latest Summary (1)
Introduced in Senate (07/14/2014)
Stop Exploitation Through Trafficking Act of 2014 - Amends the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 to authorize the Attorney General to give preferential consideration in awarding Community Oriented Police Services (COPS) grants to an application from an applicant in a state that has in effect a law that: (1) treats a minor who has engaged in, or has attempted to engage in, a commercial sex act as a victim of a severe form of trafficking in persons; (2) discourages or prohibits the charging or prosecution of such individual for a prostitution or sex trafficking offense based on such conduct; or (3) encourages the diversion of such an individual to appropriate service providers, including child welfare services, victim treatment programs, child advocacy centers, rape crisis centers, or other social services.
Amends the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000 (VTVPA) to require the Attorney General's annual report on federal agencies that are implementing provisions relating to the Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking to include information on the activities of such agencies in cooperation with state, tribal, and local law enforcement officials to identify, investigate, and prosecute the following offenses: (1) sex trafficking by force, fraud, or coercion or with a minor; (2) sexual exploitation of children; (3) the selling and buying of children; (4) transportation with intent that the victim engage in illegal sexual activity; (5) coercion or enticement to travel for illegal sexual activity; and (6) transportation of minors for illegal sexual activity. Requires such information to include: (1) the number of individuals required by a court order to pay restitution in connection with a violation of each offense and the amount of such restitution; and (2) the age, gender, race, country of origin, country of citizenship, and description of the role of individuals convicted under each offense.
Amends the VTVPA to require the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS), annually beginning in FY2017, to make grants for a national communication system to assist victims of severe forms of trafficking in persons in communicating with service providers.
Amends the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 to include victims of a severe form of trafficking in persons among those eligible for the Job Corps without being required to demonstrate low-income eligibility.
Authorizes the United States Marshals Service to assist state, local, and other federal law enforcement agencies, upon request, in locating and recovering missing children.
Directs the Attorney General to implement and maintain a National Strategy for Combating Human Trafficking that includes: (1) integrated federal, state, local, and tribal efforts to investigate and prosecute human trafficking cases; (2) case coordination within the Department of Justice (DOJ); (3) annual budget priorities and federal efforts dedicated to preventing and combating human trafficking; (4) an ongoing assessment of future trends, challenges, and opportunities; and (5) encouragement of cooperation, coordination, and mutual support between the private sector and federal agencies to combat human trafficking.