Thai national police officers in downtown Bangkok. Photo: EPA-EFEThai national police officers in downtown Bangkok. Photo: EPA-EFE
Thai national police officers in downtown Bangkok. Photo: EPA-EFE

Thai police nationwide to be trained to handle human trafficking, as cases rise

  • Anti-trafficking chief Jaruvat Vaisaya says officers based outside Bangkok have a limited ability to handle such cases
  • Thailand says it rescued a record 1,807 trafficking victims last year, many of whom were Myanmar migrant workers bound for Malaysia

Topic |   Thailand
Thai national police officers in downtown Bangkok. Photo: EPA-EFEThai national police officers in downtown Bangkok. Photo: EPA-EFE
Thai national police officers in downtown Bangkok. Photo: EPA-EFE
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