The Sexual Assault, Child Abuse and Human Trafficking State Expert Committee (SEC)
The Committee is an initiative of the Georgia SART Project. The SEC promotes a statewide, comprehensive and unified response to combat sexual assault, child abuse and human trafficking through a combination of trainings, reviews of sexual assault and child advocacy centers, publishing of the SART Guide, coordination of the SEC, and other initiatives.
SEC members serve a 2-year term and are comprised of the following professional backgrounds:
- Forensic Interviewers
- University Staff
- SANEs and Other Medical Professionals
- Executive Directors
- Statewide Partners
- Law Enforcement
- Georgia Survivor Advisory Council
The SEC meets quarterly to work on projects such as protocol development, training initiatives and legislative topics. The application process for a new term recently closed and members for the 2022-2024 term will be announced soon.