Bangkok Private Investigators Wilsons Detectives Reports on the Sex Trade in Thailand after a six months investigation. Private Investigator Pattaya Opening in 2016 Buriram,Maha Sarakham and Khon Kaen
Detective Agency Bangkok Thailand Reports: National Trafficking Trends
Country of origin, destination and transit for trafficking
Thai victims are trafficked to different regions around the world, namely the US, Europe, Middle East, and Asia, for forced labour, sexual exploitation and domestic servitude
Trafficking of migrants into Thailand occurs primarily from neighbouring source countries, at border towns and within Thailand, as labour migrants seek opportunities and are deceived by brokers.
Private Investigators Bangkok Investigates the Sex Trade in Thailand:
Lisa Freeman of Wilsons Detectives Asia Reports:
Victims trafficked to Thailand originate primarily from Lao PDR, Myanmar, Cambodia and Viet Nam
Due to the relative wealth of Thailand in the region, the country is viewed as an attractive destination for irregular migrants
Many Cambodian migrants, mostly women and young children, are trafficked to beg in urban centres in Thailand See the report from Detective Agencies Pattaya.
Bangkok Private Detective Agency on the challenges ahead:
The identification of trafficked persons in vulnerable sectors remains limited, preventing an accurate picture of the trafficking situation among migrants in the country. The low rate of trafficking prosecutions and convictions also indicates a need for further attention to improving success rates. Delays in legal processes result in the delayed repatriation of victims as well as correspondingly low rates of victim participation in the judicial process. This in turn contributes to low prosecution rates of traffickers. Corruption is also seen to reduce the potential success of criminal justice responses.
Further barriers to a more effective criminal justice response include the need to improve capacities within the law enforcement sector as well as the facilitation of bilateral cooperation with neighbouring states. In addition, the government has identified the need to create a systematic and integrated trafficking case database nationwide to strengthen both law enforcement and victim protection efforts. For national, bi- and multilateral laws and agreements on human trafficking involving Thailand, please see the resource section.
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