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Human trafficking
For the television show, see Human Trafficking (miniseries). For other uses, see Human trafficking (disambiguation).
See also: Slavery
Human trafficking is the trade of humans, most commonly for the purpose of forced labour, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker or others.[1][2] This may encompass providing a spouse in the context of forced marriage,[3][4][5] or the extraction of organs or tissues,[6][7] including for surrogacy and ova removal.[8] Human trafficking can occur within a country or trans-nationally. Human trafficking is a crime against the person because of the violation of the victim’s rights of movement through coercion and because of their commercial exploitation. Human trafficking is the trade in people, especially women and children, and does not necessarily involve the movement of the person from one place to another.
According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), forced labor alone (one component of human trafficking) generates an estimated $150 billion in profits per annum as of 2014.[9] In 2012, the I.L.O. estimated that 21 million victims are trapped in modern-day slavery. Of these, 14.2 million (68%) were exploited for labor, 4.5 million (22%) were sexually exploited, and 2.2 million (10%) were exploited in state-imposed forced labor.[10]
Human trafficking is thought to be one of the fastest-growing activities of trans-national criminal organizations.[11]
Human trafficking is condemned as a violation of human rights by international conventions. In addition, human trafficking is subject to a directive in the European Union.[12]

 

 

Child abuse
“Child Maltreatment” redirects here. For the journal, see Child Maltreatment (journal).
Child abuse or child maltreatment is physical, sexual, or psychological maltreatment or neglect of a child or children, especially by a parent or other caregiver. Child abuse may include any act or failure to act by a parent or other caregiver that results in actual or potential harm to a child, and can occur in a child’s home, or in the organizations, schools or communities the child interacts with.
The terms child abuse and child maltreatment are often used interchangeably, although some researchers make a distinction between them, treating child maltreatment as an umbrella term to cover neglect, exploitation, and trafficking.
Different jurisdictions have developed their own definitions of what constitutes child abuse for the purposes of removing children from their families or prosecuting a criminal charge.

 

 

Skiptrace
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For the 2016 film, see Skiptrace (film).
Skiptracing (also skip tracing, or debtor and fugitive recovery[1]) is the process of locating a person’s whereabouts for any number of purposes. A skiptracer is someone who performs this task, which may be the person’s primary occupation. The term “skip” (as a noun) refers to the person being searched for, and is derived from the idiomatic expression “to skip town”, meaning to depart (perhaps in a rush), leaving minimal clues behind to “trace” the “skip” to a new location.
Skip tracing tactics may be employed by a debt collector, process server, bail bondsman or bail agency enforcer (bounty hunters), repossession agent, private investigator, lawyer, police detective, journalist, stalker or by any person attempting to locate a subject whose contact information is not immediately known. Similar techniques have also been utilized by investigators to locate witnesses in criminal trials.[citation needed]

 

 

Objective: to accept rag dolls made by the community and sell them on this blog website for a 50% profit. Let’s say the price is $20 then I’ll keep $10 and give you $10 for your pocket.

Overall vision: to promote the inclusion of a family planning course into the Durham Region high school curriculum as a method of stability for the community.

A blog about the post apocalyptic world of professional skip tracing and the Lost City Of Gog.
Authoring a most excellent collection of ghost story adventures to demonstrate originality and individuality from crime blogging.

 

A blog about the post apocalyptic world of professional skip tracing and the Lost City Of Gog.

Objective: to accept rag dolls made by the community and sell them on this blog website for a 50% profit. Let’s say the price is $20 then I’ll keep $10 and give you $10 for your pocket.

Overall vision: to promote the inclusion of a family planning course into the Durham Region high school curriculum as a method of stability for the community.

 

Ms. Sarah E. Izmeth, Library Technician, The University of Western October 18, 2017 BA

 

In the name of Yahweh in the year of Christ 2017.

My Profile:

I was born for a couple from Sri Lanka who worked hard for a living and we immigrated to Canada by way of Montreal, Quebec in 1984. After that they had two other girl children. My fiancé and I met at his house when I wandered over there for tea in 2009. Later my ancestors joined online and this blog is for them. They are two strong houses dedicated to religious studies.

Statement by Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness on World Day Against Trafficking in Persons
July 30, 2017 – Ottawa, Ontario – Global Affairs Canada
The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and the Honourable Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, today issued the following statement:
“On World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, Canada joins the international community to denounce the heinous crime of human trafficking.”
“The International Labour Organization estimates that close to 21 million people in the world, mostly women and girls, have been the victims of traffickers who treat human beings as mere commodities to exploit for financial gain.”
“In Canada, most victims are also women and girls. Vulnerable groups at risk include Indigenous women, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) youth, migrants, runaways and at-risk youth. They are often lured away by false promises of a better life and end up thrust into a nightmare of sexual exploitation, forced labour, domestic servitude and abuse.”
“The Government of Canada works with provinces and territories, Indigenous communities, law enforcement, community organizations and international partners to combat human trafficking and raise awareness. We contribute to a multitude of international efforts to stop the scourge of human trafficking and help survivors and we will further support such work through our feminist international assistance policy.”
“Human trafficking is an abhorrent attack on human dignity and basic human rights. The Government of Canada is committed to bringing those who commit this crime to justice and to helping survivors go on to lead healthy and productive lives.”
Contacts
Adam Austen
Press Secretary
Office of the Minister of Foreign Affairs
Adam.Austen@international.gc.ca
Media Relations Office
Global Affairs Canada
343-203-7700
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Public Safety Canada
613-991-0657
Scott Bardsley
Office of the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness

 

 

 

Skiptrace
Page issues
For the 2016 film, see Skiptrace (film).
Skiptracing (also skip tracing, or debtor and fugitive recovery[1]) is the process of locating a person’s whereabouts for any number of purposes. A skiptracer is someone who performs this task, which may be the person’s primary occupation. The term “skip” (as a noun) refers to the person being searched for, and is derived from the idiomatic expression “to skip town”, meaning to depart (perhaps in a rush), leaving minimal clues behind to “trace” the “skip” to a new location.
Skip tracing tactics may be employed by a debt collector, process server, bail bondsman or bail agency enforcer (bounty hunters), repossession agent, private investigator, lawyer, police detective, journalist, stalker or by any person attempting to locate a subject whose contact information is not immediately known. Similar techniques have also been utilized by investigators to locate witnesses in criminal trials.[citation needed]

 

 

Rag doll
This article is about the rag doll that is a children’s toy. For other uses, see Rag doll (disambiguation).

Handmade rag dolls

“Maria” rag dolls are associated with the Otomi people of Querétaro, Mexico.

MGA Entertainment’s Lalaloopsy brand
A rag doll is a children’s toy. It is a cloth figure, a doll traditionally home-made from (and stuffed with) spare scraps of material. They are one of the longest-standing children’s toys in existence; the British Museum has a Roman rag doll, found in a child’s grave dating from the 1st-5th century AD.[1] Amish dolls are a type of traditional American rag dolls which originated as children’s toys among the Old Order Amish people. The best-known type have no facial features. Today, many rag dolls are commercially produced to simulate the features of the original home-made dolls, such as simple features, soft cloth bodies, and patchwork clothing.
Rag dolls have featured in a number of children’s stories, like the 19th century character Golliwogg, Raggedy Ann in the 1918 book by Johnny Gruelle and the British children’s television series Bagpuss Ragdolly Anna and the popular “Raggybaggy”. The character of Sally from the Tim Burton film The Nightmare Before Christmas is also a rag doll.

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Interpol
This article is about the police organization. For the band, see Interpol (band). For other uses, see Interpol (disambiguation).
The International Police Organization, more commonly known as INTERPOL, is an international organization facilitating international police cooperation. It was established as the International Criminal Police Commission (ICPC) in 1923; it chose INTERPOL as its telegraphic address in 1946, and made it its common name in 1956.[4]
International Police Organization – INTERPOL
Common name Interpol
Abbreviation ICPO

Logo of the International Police Organization – INTERPOL
Motto Connecting police for a safer world
Agency overview
Formed September 7, 1923; 94 years ago
Employees 756 (2013)[1]
Annual budget €78 million (2013)
€113 million (2017)
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
International agency
Countries 192 member countries

Map of International Police Organization – INTERPOL’s jurisdiction.
Governing body Interpol General Assembly
Constituting instrument ICPO-INTERPOL Constitution and General Regulations[2][3]
General nature ▪ Law enforcement
▪ Civilian agency
Operational structure
Headquarters Lyon, France
Agency executives ▪ Meng Hongwei, President
▪ Jürgen Stock, Secretary General
Facilities
National Central Bureaus 192
Website
interpol.int
Footnotes
Languages (4)
English
Arabic
French
Spanish

Interpol headquarters in Lyon.
Interpol has an annual budget of around €113 million, most of which is provided through annual contributions by its membership of police forces in 192 countries (as of 2017). In 2013, the Interpol General Secretariat employed a staff of 756, representing 100 member countries.[1] Its current Secretary-General is Jürgen Stock, the former deputy head of Germany’s Federal Criminal Police Office. He replaced Ronald Noble, a former United States Under Secretary of the Treasury for Enforcement, who stepped down in November 2014 after serving 14 years.[5] Interpol’s current President is Meng Hongwei, Deputy Minister of Public Security of China.
To keep Interpol as politically neutral as possible, its charter forbids it, at least in theory, from undertaking interventions or activities of a political, military, religious, or racial nature or involving itself in disputes over such matters.[6] Its work focuses primarily on public safety and battling transnational crimes against humanity, child pornography, cybercrime, drug trafficking, environmental crime, genocide, human trafficking, illicit drug production[7], piracy, illicit traffic in works of art, intellectual property crime, money laundering, organized crime, corruption, terrorism, war crimes, weapons smuggling, and white-collar crime.

 

 

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