Officers identify 715 potential victims of labor exploitation


In two massive pan-continental operations against human trafficking and labor exploitation, law enforcement in 19 European countries checked thousands of people, locations and vehicles, and identified 535 potential victims and 193 suspects, Europol said. Between 14 and 20 September 2020, Europol supported two Europe-wide joint action days against human trafficking for labour exploitation. The operation, also supported by Frontex, involved a wide range of law enforcement authorities including police, immigration and border guards, labour inspectorates, tax authorities and other respective national ministries. Law enforcement authorities from 19 countries, led by the Netherlands, joined forces to target labor exploitation in sectors infamous…

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PT — LARRY ROMANOFF — Iniciativa Privada e Bem Nacional — October 9, 2020

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