Minnesota Department of Human Services
Sarah Ladd, JD Esq., is the Human Trafficking Child Protection Program Coordinator at the Minnesota Department of Human Services Child Safety and Permanency Division. Sarah is also a licensed attorney who has been active in the anti-trafficking movement for nearly a decade, and she has nearly fifteen years of direct services experience with victims of crime and human rights abuses.
Sarah has a bachelor’s degree from Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI, and a law degree from Michigan State University College of Law.
Download session presentation Effective MDTs rely on each team member’s willingness to share relevant information about a case—but what does the law say about sharing information that may be confidential or private? When responding to reports of child maltreatment, coordination is critical to providing the most supportive, effective service delivery for families. This session will […]
Download session presentation In Minnesota, coordinated response is a major component of the new child protection sex trafficking investigative response. Our statewide response to trafficking and exploitation is built on the No Wrong Door model. Multidisciplinary Teams (MDTs) statewide are working to improve their responses in cases of child trafficking and are also proactively developing […]