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November 12, 2017
MoI Participated in Human Trafficking Workshop, in Muscat
Muscat: Col. Expert Hamad Rashid Al Zaabi, Deputy Director of Federal Investigation Bureau, General Directorate of Federal Criminal Police, UAE Ministry of Interior (MoI), participated in a workshop on human trafficking crimes, which was held in Muscat, Oman. He submitted a working paper on sustaining the capacity of judiciary and prosecution bodies in combatting human trafficking crimes.
   

The workshop was held in collaboration between the Omani National Committee for Combating Human Trafficking and the UN Office on Drugs and Crime in the GCC countries.

The Workshop addresses the members of the Omani National Committee for Combating Human Trafficking, and of other judiciary and prosecution bodies concerned with combatting human trafficking crimes, law enforcement agencies, first responders, and authorities concerned with referral and care of victims.

On his working paper, Col. Expert Hamad Rashid Al Zaabi discussed the elements of interviewing victims and witnesses, building confidence in line with the best applicable international standards, and collecting forensic evidence in human trafficking cases.

He also asserted that the UAE Ministry of Interior has been exerting considerable efforts in combatting human trafficking crimes through enacting laws and legislations, and taking measures that help eradicate this heinous crime.

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