Officials To Learn More About Human Trafficking

Officials To Learn More About Human Trafficking

(Stock Photo) A number of officials in Barbados’ Criminal Justice System will undergo five days of training in trafficking in persons next week at the Barbados Defence Force (BDF). Detection, Investigation and Prosecution of Trafficking in Persons is the theme of the...
Results Of Human Trafficking Study To Be Revealed

Results Of Human Trafficking Study To Be Revealed

(Stock Photo) Efforts to address the issue of human trafficking in the CARIFORUM region are moving forward. Preliminary results from a new comprehensive study on human trafficking, that is expected to provide a greater understanding of the problem within and across...
Hinkson Issues Human Trafficking Warning

Hinkson Issues Human Trafficking Warning

Human trafficking is a crime in Barbados that is punishable with the imposition of a $1 million fine, 25 years in prison, or both. Minister of Home Affairs, Edmund Hinkson, issued this warning yesterday after a recent raid of Bridgetown bars attracted the attention of...
Attorney General: Country’s Economy A Priority

Attorney General: Country’s Economy A Priority

Government’s focus on the economy has led it to prioritizing a number of matters to the extent that some will have to be addressed a little later on. This was made clear recently by Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Dale Marshall, during a courtesy call...
Officials To Learn More About Human Trafficking

Matters Of Crime Discussed With AG

Matters related to transnational organised crime and corruption, as well as human trafficking, were among issues discussed between representatives of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Attorney General, Adriel Brathwaite, recently. During the...

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