Exchange of Information in Cases of Trafficking in Human Beings

An Inter-Nordic Analysis

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This report covers the findings of a project that uncovers which potentially human trafficking-related information is processed by a number of public authorities across five Nordic countries in their daily case processing and how this information is exchanged between the participating public authorities and the police. Based on this, a short good practice guide is developed and distributed to relevant public authorities. The report concludes that three cornerstones are essential in order to exchange information concerning trafficking in human beings: training and education in the indicators of trafficking in human beings, clear channels of communication between the public authorities and the police, and organizational priority towards trafficking within each public authority and police authority.



Exchange of Information

The two previous sections have shown which information the participating PAs estimate as being important in relation to THB. This section will – based on the findings from both the interviews and the questionnaires – look into whether this information in general is exchanged between the participating PAs, to whom it is exchanged and whether an inter-Nordic exchange between PAs is necessary.


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