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Human Trafficking: Canada is Not Immune
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Human trafficking is the recruiting, transporting, harbouring, or receiving of a person for the purpose of exploiting them. Traffickers use threats, force, coercion, deception, or other means to force a person to provide labour or sexual services, and sometimes their organs. Human trafficking occurs in most countries around the world, including Canada, and not just to foreign nationals, but to Canadian citizens as well.
Human Trafficking: Canada Is Not Immune provides information on how to recognize, protect, and assist a person who may have been trafficked in Canada. It is not meant to train in investigative law enforcement techniques or in conducting a criminal prosecution, although law enforcement and Crown Counsel/Attorneys may benefit from the information provided in this course.
This course is designed for service providers who may come into contact with a trafficked person in the course of their work.
To Access this Course
This course is available at http://www.pssg.gov.bc.ca/octiptraining/index.html. Registration is not required.
This course was created and delivered by the BC Ministry of Justice Office to Combat Trafficking in Persons.
Content Provider: BC Ministry of Justice
Language: English / French
Length: 6 hours
Release Date: 2016-10-04