Designed by the United Nations and has 25 affiliates from 7 countries

Program to prepare national experts in the fight against human trafficking

The National Committee to Combat Human Trafficking and the Dubai Police General Command, in cooperation with the Dubai Judicial Institute and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, launched the second cycle of the “Preparation and Training of National Experts in Combating Human Trafficking” program, which includes outstanding graduates from the first diploma program. The "Specialist in Combating Human Trafficking" aims to prepare a qualified elite in all relevant departments and institutions to deal with high efficiency and professionalism with the crime of human trafficking, and to care for the victims of this transnational organized crime.

The United Nations designed the contents of the “Preparation and Training of National Experts in Combating Trafficking in Human Beings” program, and its second session, which was launched remotely via the visual communication system, includes 25 affiliates from seven countries (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Jordan and Morocco). .

On the programme, Brigadier General Dr. Sultan Al Jamal, Director of the Human Trafficking Crimes Monitoring Center in the General Directorate of Human Rights in Dubai Police, said that “the international training program, through which specialized cadres are qualified to prepare trainers on human trafficking, by selecting the first graduates of a diploma Combating human trafficking, and other specialists from various parties in cooperation with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and the National Committee to Combat Human Trafficking.

He explained that the program aims to provide the trainees with scientific information, the laws and the necessary skills in the field of combating human trafficking crimes, developing and providing the trainees with training skills, the best means and techniques in the field of training, and informing the trainees of the best local, regional and international experiences and practices in the field of training used in human trafficking crimes. He indicated that all graduates of the program will receive a certificate accredited by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.

He stressed that the launch of the second course of the program "Preparation and Training of National Experts in the Field of Combating Human Trafficking" came after the success of the first course, which included 17 affiliates from seven government agencies (Dubai Police General Command, Ministry of Interior, Federal Public Prosecution, Dubai Public Prosecution, centers Shelter for Victims of Human Trafficking, Dubai Foundation for Women and Children, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation).

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