Prevention Against Trafficking In Persons
- Source：Anti-Human Trafficking Section
The prosecutor and police authority assign a specific task force to coordinate the investigation and prosecution of human trafficking cases.
The victims are provided with protection including shelters,care, psychological counseling, medical assistance, translation, legal services, compansion during interrogation, issuance of temporary visiting visas and work permits, and escorting them back to their countries of origin.
In order to raise public awareness of the issue of human trafficking, the NIA promotes the idea through multiple channels including the media and other kinds of activities. Interministerial trainings on general knowledge of human trafficking prevention as well as workshops on related fields are held annually to strengthen their professional skills and capabilities of the frontline officers.
The NIA has invited officials from other countries and experts and scholars of NGOs to participate in the “International Workshops on Prevention of Human Trafficking” every year for the purpose of updating information and knowledge of human trafficking prevention from other countries, incorporating resources of NGOs,and connecting with the international community.The NIA has also signed memorandum of understanding on immigration affairs and human trafficking preventions with international counterparts to strengthen international cooperation.