Peer Review Services

Dr. Mehlman-Orozco regularly serves as a peer-reviewer for academic journals, as well as for scientific research proposals.

Most recently, Dr. Mehlman-Orozco served as a peer reviewer for the Office of Justice Programs’
(OJP), National Institute of Justice’s (NIJ) FY 2022 Research and Evaluation on Trafficking in

Dr. Mehlman-Orozco has completed eight review assignments for the Journal of Human Trafficking since 2015:

Women and Child Trafficking in Nigeria: What Progress?

—Experiences of survivors of human trafficking of non-sexual purposes.

—Evaluation of a Curriculum for Healthcare Professional Training on Child Sex Trafficking.

—Preparedness to Serve Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC): An Integrative Review.

—Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Sex Trafficking of Children in South East Asia: A Review of the Literature.

—Modern Slavery or Forced Labour? Mechanisms of power and the criminal family firm in the United Kingdom.

—Sex Trafficking Myths and Realities.

—A Quasi-Experimental Intervention Trial to Test the Efficacy of a Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign: The Blue Campaign.

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