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HUMAN TRAFFICKING
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  • Introduction
  • The abolition of slave trade in the early 19th
    century was a major step towards ending cruelty,
    agony, and injustice against humanity. However,
    what seemed as a triumph against centuries of
    human rights abuses would soon afterwards become
    an illusion as slave trade took a new form now
    understood as human trafficking.

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  • Background
  • Human trafficking is a widespread organized crime
    and a major cause of suffering to innocent
    persons, especially children and women. Current
    literature defines human trafficking as the
    process of recruiting, holding, transporting or
    possessing a human being using any form of
    coercion with the intention to use him or her for
    commercial sex, labor or other forms of
    exploitation.

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  • Nature of Victims
  • Traffickers win their victims by promising them
    different types of jobs abroad. Owing to high
    rates of unemployment and low wages in the home
    country, many people jump at the chance of
    obtaining a well paying job, and thus do not take
    adequate time to gather information about the
    circumstances of their prospective jobs.

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  • The Trafficking Process
  • Human trafficking begins with recruitment and all
    preparations needed to transport the victim to
    the destination. The recruiter or the victim
    initiates the process by seeking out the other.
    In kidnapping, violence and other forms of
    intimidation might be used. Deception in the form
    of empty promises is the main tool perpetrators
    use to attract potential victims. Once the
    victims and recruiters reach a consensus,
    transportation arrangements begin.

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  • The second stage involves the actual
    transportation of victims from source to
    destination. In the case of transnational
    trafficking, traffickers use different means of
    transport like air, sea, land, or a combination
    of all to ferry victims to their destination.
  • Entry into the destination country occurs through
    different means, like via legitimate travel or
    work visas, or illegal means like forged
    documents.

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  • Difficulties Detecting Victims
  • Although the human trafficking process seems
    straight forward, misunderstandings may render it
    difficult to track trafficking activities and
    agents. For example, law enforcement officers may
    perceive trafficking to constitute the use of
    physical force or some form of physical
    restraint, especially because most
    law-enforcement officers lack specific training
    in human trafficking.

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  • Such a misguided assumption will hinder the
    officer from identifying a victim of trafficking
    going about their daily chores. In addition they
    may also assume that victims would willingly seek
    help whenever they need it, which is not
    necessarily the case. In fact, victims of
    trafficking are more likely to engage in criminal
    activities to survive than seek intervention from
    the legal system.

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  • Even in the absence of misconceptions about human
    trafficking, law enforcement officers face
    challenges associated with the nature of
    trafficking. To begin with, trafficking occurs
    either in total concealment or in visible but
    disguised forms.
  • Part of the problem of detecting human
    trafficking lies with the victims. Instead of
    seeking help, they prefer to solve the problems
    themselves even if it means engaging in criminal
    activities.

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