This Trainer’s Manual on Trafficking in Persons for Law Enforcement Officers was created as a result of the project “Strengthening the Institutional Capacity of Criminal Justice Actors in the Caribbean to Counter Trafficking in Persons Using a Victim-centred Approach”, which was funded by the United States Department of State Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons and implemented by the International Organization for Migration (IOM). The project aimed to position criminal justice officials in Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago to lead the fight against trafficking in persons (TiP) using a victim-centred approach to: identify victims of trafficking; and investigate, prosecute and adjudicate TiP cases. To ensure sustainability of the project goal and training programmes, this Manual was conceptualized and developed to be incorporated into the different training programmes of relevant stakeholders responsible for providing institutional training to law enforcement agencies. This Trainer’s Manual was therefore designed as a guide to trainers and migration experts on how to deliver a comprehensive, interactive, flexible and practical training on TiP to members of the law enforcement fraternity in, at minimum, the four benefitting countries of the J/TIP project
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