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The government is continuing its Human Trafficking Sensitisation Campaign to educate the public about this serious crime which impacts the globe. Recently, Attorney General Dale Marshall reiterated the Government’s commitment to preventing the heinous crime of Trafficking in Persons from getting a solid foothold in Barbados.  He urged Barbadians, “if you see something, say something”. 

Describing Trafficking In Persons as a “vicious crime”, Mr Marshall added that it is “an attack on a person’s human rights that must not be allowed to flourish in this country”.

If you know or have evidence of someone being trafficked, call the Barbados Police Service at 430-7332 or 430-7333; the Crisis Hotline at 435-8222 or 287-9344 or email sexcrimesandtrafficking@rbpf.gov.bb.

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