Anti Trafficking Cell
|1||Minutes of the Meeting of the State/UT Nodal officers for Human Trafficking, held by Joint Secretary (CS) on 3rd July 2013||Download (82.13 KB)|
|2||Report of SAARC workshop held ON 19-20 NOV 2012 .||Download (1.75 MB)|
|3||Standard Operating Procedure to handle Trafficking of Children for Child Labour- measures to be taken for rescue of trafficked child labourers' and action against the traffickers/employers.||Download (2.98 MB)|
|4||Repatriation of Bangladeshi girls||Download (11.42 KB)|
|5||Advisory on human trafficking as organized crime dated 30.04.2012||Download (26.2 KB)|
|6||Guidlines on operation of Private Placement Agencies dated 30.10.2003||Download (543.86 KB)|
|7||Advisory on preventing and combating human trafficking in India - dealing with foreign nationals||Download (213.71 KB)|
|8||Advisory on missing children-measures needed to prevent trafficking and trace the children-regarding||Download (81.74 KB)|
|9||Minutes of the meeting held the Session Plan and resource persons and other issues relating to prosecutors training on Human Trafficking by Additional Secretary (CS) at 3.00 PM on 16.1.2012||Download (75.98 KB)|
|10||Minutes of the meeting of the State/UT Nodal officers for Human Trafficking held on 18.01.2012||Download (158.83 KB)|
|11||Award for outstanding work done in the field of Anti Human Trafficking||Download (208.09 KB)|
|12||Comprehensive Scheme for Establishment of integrated Anti Human Trafficking Units and capacity building of responders, including Training of Trainers for strengthening the law enforcement response to human trafficking in India Plan||Download (124.36 KB)|
|13||List of Nodal Officers on Human Trafficking||Download (20.41 KB)|
|14||Minutes of the Meeting of the State/UT Nodal officers for Human Trafficking, held by Additional Secretary (CS) on 27th june,2011||Download (99.9 KB)|
|15||Certificate Programme in Anti-Human Trafficking from Jan 2011 by IGNOU||Download (787.03 KB)|
|16||Advisory on Prevention and Combating Human Trafficking during Commonwealth Games||Download (37.43 KB)|
|17||Advisory regarding enrollment of police officials in certificate course in Anti Human Trafficking launched on 10th December||Download (11.7 KB)|
|18||Advisory on Preventing and Combating Human Trafficking in India||Download (159.06 KB)|
|19||Minutes of the meeting of the State/UT Nodal officers for Human Trafficking held on 28.08.2009||Download (86.36 KB)|
|20||Corrigendum on the minutes||Download (26.15 KB)|
COMPENDIUM ON BEST PRACTICES ON ANTI HUMAN TRAFFICKING BY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES :
While carrying out anti human trafficking activities, several good initiatives undertaken by many police officials in the various states came to light. However, except for a few instances, such initiatives often remained undocumented and largely unrecognized. The above Compendium is an effort to record and acknowledge the positive actions undertaken by the state police officials in preventing and combating human trafficking.
|1||COMPENDIUM ON BEST PRACTICES ON ANTI HUMAN TRAFFICKING BY LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES :||Download (1.13 MB)|
PROJECT ON “STRENGTHENING THE LAW ENFORCEMENT RESPONSE IN INDIA AGAINST TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS THROUGH TRAINING AND CAPACITY BUILDING”:
The Government of India in the Ministry of Home Affairs, in association with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has initiated a two year project for training of Law Enforcement Officers on human trafficking in four States, namely Maharashtra, Goa, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh. A Project Steering Committee has been constituted for steering, guiding and monitoring of the project. Through a series of training programmes, the project will raise the awareness of Law Enforcement Officers (police & prosecutors) on the problem of human trafficking and further build up their capacity to better investigate the crime and prosecute the offenders perpetrating such crime. A few Anti Human Trafficking Units (AHTUs) are also proposed to be developed or strengthened at the state level in the selected states under this project. The primary role of an Anti Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) would be law enforcement and it would liaise with other concerned agencies for care & rehabilitation of victims.
NODAL CELL FOR MONITORING ACTION TO COMBAT HUMAN TRAFFICKING:
The Ministry of Home Affairs has set up a Nodal Cell for dealing with matters relating to trafficking in human beings. The Cell is inter alia responsible for collecting and analyzing the data related to trafficking from the State Governments/UT Administrations, identifying problem areas and analyzing causes for their being source/transit/destination areas, monitoring action taken by the State Governments/UT Administrations for combating the crime and organizing co-ordination meetings with the nodal Police Officers of States/UTs.
COMPREHSNSIVE SCHEME "STRENGTHENING LAW ENFORCEMENT RESPONSE IN INDIA AGAINST TRAFFICKING":
Ministry of Home Affairs has sanctioned a Comprehensive Scheme “Strengthening law enforcement response in India against Trafficking in Persons through Training and Capacity Building, wherein it is proposed to establish 330 Anti Human Trafficking Units (AHTUs ) throughout the country and impart training to 10.000 police officers through Training of Trainers ( TOTs) component. Ministry of Home Affairs has released funds as first instalment for the year 2010-11 amounting to Rs. 8.72 crores to all the State Governments for establishment of 115 Anti Human Trafficking Units. All the States have received funds and are in the process of setting up of AHTUs. 85 Units have already been set up. Funds are being released for setting up 110 units in the financial Year 2011-2012.