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1 Successful RCMP Strategies to Combat Human Trafficking

2 Creation of the Human Trafficking National Coordination Centre  Strategic Objective: Provide a focal point for law enforcement  Mandate: Develop and coordinate anti-HT activities/initiatives related to the four pillars of Prevention, Protection, Prosecution and Partnerships

3 HTNCC Priorities HTNCC  3.Identify and maintain lines of communication  5.Coordinate intelligence  4.Develop and maintain international partnerships  1.Develop tools, protocols, guidelines  2.Coordinate National awareness & anti-trafficking initiatives

4 Canadian Crime Stoppers Association  24/7 anonymous reporting across Canada  Training for call takers  Awareness material includes Crime Stoppers phone number TIPS  Protocol

5 Awareness Campaign

6 Training  One-day workshops  Training on national courses  Awareness sessions for NGOs/Victim Services and the public

7 Partnerships with NGOs are essential  We are police officers not psychologists  partnerships with NGOs/victim services/coalitions  victim’s basic needs (food, shelter, translator) - VICTIM ASSISTANCE

8 Partnerships with Law Enforcement  Assists with Intel Gathering  Share Intel  Rescue Victims

9 National Threat Assessment  Assess the situation in Canada  Identify criminal organizations involved in HT  Identify high risk areas  Identify links, trends and intelligence gaps  Justification to conduct intelligence probes  Assist managers in prioritizing operations

10 Youth Campaign

11 What can we do?  Pro-active investigations  Info/Intelligence  Awareness  Partnerships

12 Thank you Cpl. Nilu Singh RCMP Human Trafficking National Coordination Centre Ottawa, Canada


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