On going project : 26 Jun, 2019
This project was implemented during October 2014-August 2015 with the support of United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Dhaka. The main aim of these trainings to law enforcing officials and pubic prosecutors was for them to acquire knowledge on anti-human trafficking laws and the National Plan of Action for Combating Human Trafficking 2012-2014 and to enhance their capacity in investigation and prosecution of cases against human trafficking in line with the newly enacted comprehensive law on human trafficking 2012 in Bangladesh. The trainings were planned to be organized at the peripheral level which are division and district levels in consultation with the concerned government agencies using the prepared training toolkit. In Bangladesh the key beneficiaries of the project were the law enforcement officials namely police, Border Guard Bangladesh, Bangladesh Coast Guard and Public Prosecutors. Fourteen batches of Two-day Training on Anti-Human Trafficking for the Law Enforcing Officials namely Police, Border Guard Bangladesh, Bangladesh Coast Guard and Public Prosecutors were successfully organized and conducted by CWCS in 14 districts namely Barisal, Patuakhali, Jashore, Satkhira, Khulna, Jhenaidah, Rajshahi, Chapai Nawabganj, Joypurhat, Rangpur, Dinajpur, Lalmonirhat, Kurigram and Panchagarh districts during December 2014- August 2015.
A total number of 412 participants attended these 14 training courses that included 247 police officials, 81 BGB officials, 8 Bangladesh Coast Guard officials and 76 Public Prosecutors. The level of participants of law enforcing officials were Assistant Sub-Inspector of Police, Sub-Inspectors of Police, Inspectors of Police and same level from Border Guard Bangladesh and Bangladesh Coast Guard.
Participants provided the following recommendations: