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Human Trafficking Plenary | Colin Farquhar (COP-Turks & Caicos) | Crime Stoppers International 32nd Training Conference, Montego Bay, Jamaica October 26, 2011

Human Trafficking Plenary | Colin Farquhar (COP-Turks & Caicos) | Crime Stoppers International 32nd Training Conference, Montego Bay, Jamaica October 26, 2011

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    Human Trafficking | Colin Farquhar (COP-Turks & Caicos) | Crime Stoppers International Human Trafficking | Colin Farquhar (COP-Turks & Caicos) | Crime Stoppers International Presentation Transcript

    • Crime Stoppers International 26 October 2011
    • Human Trafficking
    • Human Trafficking
    • Human Trafficking
    • Human Trafficking
    • Human Trafficking
    • Human Trafficking – Sept 2011
    • Human Trafficking
    • Special Police Immigration Customs Enforcement2009 Apprehended on land 1424 Intercepted by RTCI Police Marine Division 487 Sloops intercepted 5 Sloops landed 2 Repatriation cost $613,0002010 Apprehended on land 1478 Intercepted by RTCI Police Marine Division 207 Sloops intercepted 12 Sloops landed 6 Repatriation cost $1.5M
    • Human TraffickingJune 17 2011 Haitian sloop 25 Miles South of Sand Spit. Police Marine vessel intercepted a Haitian sloop 18 miles south of Providenciales carrying a total of 98 persons (44 females & 54 males) Details from the detention centre indicated that 12 women were returnees and were previously recovered from a sloop in the last few months. The next day a male body was pulled from the water at South Dock. Body was identified by two detainees as one of the persons who jumped off as the sloop was approaching Providenciales.
    • Human Trafficking4 May 2007 at 0100 amPolice Marine Branch intercepted an Illegal Haitian Sloop (30 foot) containing over 120 illegal immigrants.Whilst being towed by a Police vessel it capsized with the loss of 65 passengers.
    • OpBATJoint operation with US, Bahamas, & Turks and Caicos IslandsOp BAT was proposed by the United States to the Bahamas in March 1982 by Diplomatic Note.The purpose was to disrupt the flow of drugs transiting south to north through Turks and Caicos to the United States.To provide intelligence to Bahamian law enforcement officers.
    • Other GroupsJoint Law Enforcement Committee DECR, Immigration, Customs, Maritime, Airport & Ports Authority, and PoliceMulti Agency Threat & Risk Assessment (2008) Evaluation and determination of threat Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats