16 November 2012

MoI organizes workshop to up capacity of anti-trafficking investigators

In his speech at the workshop, Colonel Al Kaabi expressed his hope in achieving the objectives of the workshop and the confidence to achieve goals by raising the capacity of investigators in human trafficking, in accordance with international conventions and national laws. Unifying and co-ordinating the efforts and strengthening co-operation between veterans in the field of investigations to combat trafficking in human beings was also on the workshop?s agenda.

Concluding the event, Colonel Khamis Al Kaabi, accompanied by judge Hatem, honoured lecturers who participated in the workshop.

The regional training workshop for building the capacity of law enforcement investigators to combat human trafficking, discussed during the third day a number of issues.
David Newton and Andrew Desmond lectured on risk assessment in investigations related to trafficking in human beings, and using specialised techniques in such investigations, besides investigation methods in cases of trafficking in human beings. Also reviewed were practical issues related to investigation of crimes of trafficking in human beings.