IOM Malaysia. New National Training Curriculum on Combatting Trafficking in Persons for Malaysia Law Enforcement Agencies.
Published on 25th June, 2019
The International Organization for Migration, thanks to the support of the Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration of the U.S. Department of State, requested Protective Intelligence Network in Singapore to develop a national training curriculum on combatting trafficking in persons, in order to support the training activities of the Royal Malaysia Police and other Malaysian Law Enforcement Agencies ] in the fight against human trafficking crimes.
The National Training Curriculum on Trafficking in Persons (NTCTiP) for the national law enforcement agencies was successfully proposed by Protective Intelligence Network and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) - the UN Migration Agency - to representatives and experts of the Royal Malaysia Police and law enforecement agencies on 20 June 2019 at Park Royal hotel in Kuala Lumpur.
The NTCTiP for the national police forces was very well received, and will be adopted by IOM immediately, in the frame of training programs that will be offered to Royal Malaysia Police officers in August and September, in different locations of the country.