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Compendium on Best Practices On Anti Human Trafficking by Law Enforcement Agencies Author/publisher United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Regional Office for South Asia Availability View/save PDF version of this document Document type(s) Guidelines/Recommendations, Training Material/Resources. Best Practices by Law Enforcement Agencies 9 Prosecution–Andhra Pradesh–1 Anti Human Trafficking Units of Andhra Pradesh: A Comprehensive Multi-stakeholder Response in Anti Human Trafficking What is the Integrated Anti Human Trafficking Unit (IAHTU): It is an integrated task force to prevent and combat human trafficking. Compendium on Best Practices on Anti-Human Trafficking by Law Enforcement Agencies. English. A publication of UNODC Regional Office for South Asia, compiled by the Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi, India, with the help of police agencies of various states. Respond to Human Trafficking y Local law enforcement minimally prepared to identify and respond: y 18% of municipal and county agencies have had some type of human trafficking training y 9% have a protocol or policy on human trafficking y 4% have designated specialized units or personnel to investigate human trafficking y 75% of local law File Size: KB.
Police & Law Enforcement Compendium of Best Practices: On Anti-Human Trafficking by Law Enforcement Agencies Norul Mohamed Rashid T . Human trafficking is often referred to as “modern‐day slavery,” but combating the crime is complicated by the hidden nature of the phenomenon. Over the last decade the problem has received increasing attention from law enforcement, social service providers, and state and federal agencies. If law enforcement officials can be catalysts and facilitators of the rehabilitation process, by bringing in the cooperation of all concerned, it will not only be a great initiative in addressing human trafficking from a human rights perspective and in an integrated manner, but also the best strategy to prevent re-trafficking. This report, prepared by the Law Library of Congress, describes the programs of eighteen countries and the European Union involving combating human trafficking, with a special focus on the training of personnel. Jurisdictions include Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, England and Wales, European Union, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, South.
Human Trafficking Resources for Law Enforcement The resources listed below were developed primarily to help law enforcement identify and investigate human trafficking. They were gathered from international, federal and state government agencies and organizations, as well as from private non-profit organizations, that deal with human trafficking. Company to conduct an exploratory study to examine the understanding of human trafficking among law enforcement agencies currently working on the issue, provide an overview of how law enforcement agencies are responding to trafficking, and highlight the implications of this response for trafficking victims. MethodologyFile Size: KB. Identify the law that states human trafficking has occurred if a person was induced to engage in labor or commercial sex acts by force, coercion or fraud. Trafficking Victims Protection Act Nationwide anti-trafficking task forces are comprised of Federal agencies involved in the training of law enforcement personnel on human. Compendium on Best Practices - On Anti Human Trafficking by Law Enforcement Agencies Compendium on Best Practice ( MB) Compendium Of Best Practices On Anti Human Trafficking By Non Governmental Organizations ( MB) Andhra Success Story ( KB) Standard Operating Practice on Investigation of Crimes of Trafficking for Forced Labour ( MB).