Assistance to boost response to transnational crime

The capabilities of the Barbados Defense Force, the Police Force, the Prison Service and a number of key government entities to respond to the transnational crime and human trafficking are being boosted.

The Caribbean Community Implementation Agency for Crime and Security, CARICOM IMPACS is assisting in this regard through a course for Human Trafficking which got underway Monday.

Acting Executive Director, Michael Jones, says human trafficking and smuggling remains scourges that must be addressed.

Acting Executive Director, Michael Jones

Chief of Staff of the Barbados Defence Force, Colonel Glyne Grannum signaled the BDF’s commitment to being a part of the broad alliance fighting transnational organised crime and human trafficking.

Chief of Staff of the Barbados Defence Force, Colonel Glyne Grannum

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