Dr. Mehlman-Orozco’s book—Hidden in Plain Sight: America’s Slaves of the New Millennium— was incorporated into the Human Trafficking Investigations Course taught by ERASE Child Trafficking. Courses were taught across the country from Miami, Florida to San Bernardino and Montebello, California.
Mehlman-Orozco, Kimberly B. (November, 2017). Invited Guest Instructor on Human Trafficking. Homeland Security Investigations and North Carolina State Bureau of Investigations, hosted by ERASE Child Trafficking.
Mehlman-Orozco, Kimberly B. (November, 2017). Invited Training Presentation on Human Trafficking Red Flags. Mid-Atlantic P.A.N.D.A. (Prevent Abuse and Neglect through Dental Awareness), Columbia, MD.
Mehlman-Orozco, Kimberly B. (January, 2014). Invited Training Presentation on Mapping Suspected Human Trafficking Networks through Advertisements. Homeland Security Investigations, DHS, Buffalo, NY.
Ph.D. Research Practicum: Surviving and Thriving Beyond Sex Trafficking, Prescott College
CRIM 307 Social inequality, Crime, and Justice, George Mason University
CRIM 405 Law and Justice Around the World, George Mason University
CRIM 308 Human Rights and Justice, George Mason University
CCJS 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice, University of Maryland, College Park
CCJS 370 Race and Crime, University of Maryland, College Park
CCJS 432 Law of Corrections, University of Maryland, College Park
CCJS 418J and CRIM 490 Foreign Nationals and Crime, University of Maryland, College Park and George Mason University
DR. MEHLMAN-OROZCO’S SCHOLARSHIP IS CITED BY
Cain, C. M. (2023). Commercial sexual exploitation victims treated as offenders: examining the gendered risk factors of incarcerated youth charged with prostitution. Victims & Offenders, 18(3), 543-571.
Casassa, K., Ploss, A., & Karandikar, S. (2023). “He Loves Me Hard and Then He Abuses Me Hard”: How Service Providers Define and Explain Trauma Bonds Among Sex Trafficking Survivors. Violence against women, 10778012231158104.
Puigvert, L., Duque, E., Merodio, G., & Melgar, P. (2021). A systematic review of family and social relationships: implications for sex trafficking recruitment and victimisation. Families, Relationships and Societies, 1-17.
Keisel, K. (2021). The Complexities of Complex Trauma: An Historical and Contemporary Review of Healing in the Aftermath of Commercialized Violence. The Historical Roots of Human Trafficking: Informing Primary Prevention of Commercialized Violence, 231-255.
Gies, S. V., Healy, E., Green, B., & Bobnis, A. (2020). From villain to victim: The impact of safe harbor laws on minors involved in commercial sexual exploitation. Criminology & Public Policy, 19(2), 389-408.
Meads, Lauren. (2017). Fulfulling the Safe Harbor Promise: Enhancing Resources for Sexually-Exploited Youth to Create a True Victim-Centered Approach. Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice.
Urada, Lianne A., et. al. (2016). Socio-structural and behavioral risk factors associated with trafficked history of female bar/spa entertainers in the sex trade in the Philippines. International Journal of Gynecology Obstetrics.
Lauler, David M. (2014). “Conducting Effective Enforcement Operations in Asian Massage Parlors.” Virginia Fire Prevention Association (VFPA) Meeting.