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Human trafficking and the illicit trade in identification

The attraction of Europe to criminal groups involved in human trafficking has drawn Europol to the forefront of efforts to tackle the problem at a cross border level. Gary Mason reports.

Human trafficking and the illicit trade in identification

Date - 31st October 2014
By - Gary Mason - Police Product Insight
In response to the increased difficulty in forging visa documentation, organised criminal groups (OCGs) have switched to forging or falsely obtaining supporting documents such as birth certificates, education certificates and other documents in...
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