Human trafficking: Be aware of this devastating crime
Created : 3 August 2018
Carol Palmer, chair of the National Task Force Against Trafficking in Persons
Human trafficking, or modern day slavery as it is often called, is a devastating and widespread crime. It manifests itself in multiple ways including sex trafficking, debt bondage, sex tourism and organ transplants.
These activities affect numerous countries but the more informed we all are, the better able we will be to identify and report them when they happen.
Here’s DSP Carl Berry, head of the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Unit, talking about his work tackling human trafficking.
Here’s Carol Palmer, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Justice and Chair of the National Task Force Against Trafficking in Persons (NATFATIP), explaining what human trafficking is and the devastating effects it has on victims.
To report cases of human trafficking, call the 119 emergency number, the nearest police station or Crime stop at 311.