Workshop on anti-human trafficking held in Bandipora
Bandipora, Apr 24: Human trafficking is a serious issue which needs to be addressed at various levels by making people aware about its consequences.
This was stated by the speakers during 2-day workshop on anti-human trafficking organized by Bandipora Police.
During the workshop attended by over 70 police officers, speakers delved in detail on various forms of human trafficking, vulnerable sections of society, factors responsible for it and its dimensions. They also spoke at length on the legal provisions relating to human trafficking and sensitized the participating officers about the role of law enforcement agencies, civil society, NGOs and media in detecting and checking the menace of human trafficking.
“The workshop was designed as Training of Trainers, (TOTs) and was aimed at sensitization, capacity building to combat human trafficking in more organized and focused manner,” said DySP Bandipora Tahir Ashraf.
The workshop was inaugurated by Superintendent of Police Bashir Ahmed Khan.
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