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Dci Exceptional Intelligence Analyst Program : An Intelligence Monograph International Trafficking in Women to the United States : A Contemporary Manifestation of Slavery and Organized Crime

By Richard, Amy O’Neill

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Title: Dci Exceptional Intelligence Analyst Program : An Intelligence Monograph International Trafficking in Women to the United States : A Contemporary Manifestation of Slavery and Organized Crime  
Author: Richard, Amy O’Neill
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, CIA research reports, National security.
Collections: CIA Documents Collection
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Publisher: Central Intelegence Agent

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Richard, A. O. (n.d.). Dci Exceptional Intelligence Analyst Program : An Intelligence Monograph International Trafficking in Women to the United States : A Contemporary Manifestation of Slavery and Organized Crime. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Excerpt: Introduction Trafficking of women and children for the sex industry and for labor is prevalent in all regions of the United States. An estimated 45,000 to 50,000 women and children are trafficked annually to the United States, primarily by small crime rings and loosely connected criminal networks. The trafficked victims have traditionally come from Southeast Asia and Latin America; however, increasingly they are coming from the New Independent States and Central and Eastern Europe. Trafficking to the US is likely to increase given weak economies and few job opportunities in the countries of origin; low risk of prosecution and enormous profit potential for the traffickers; and improved international transportation infrastructures. Though it may be impossible to eradicate trafficking to the US, it is possible to diminish the problem significantly by targeted prevention and microcredit strategies in the source countries; strengthening the penalties and laws against traffickers in this country; and enhancing assistance and protections for the victims.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Introduction, iii ? Definitions, v -- I. Trafficking: The Global Nexus, 1 -- II. Scope and Magnitude, 3 -- III. Enticement and Deception, 5 -- IV. Entry Into the US 7- The Illegal Use of Legitimate Travel Documents, 7 -- Impostor Passports, 8 -- Entry Without Inspection, 9 -- V. Routes To and Within the US, 11 -- VI. The Traffickers, 13 -- Asian Criminal Enterprises, 13 -- Russian Crime Groups and Syndicates, 15 -- Latin American Traffickers, 17 -- VII. Profits from the Industry, 19 -- VIII. Trafficking In Children, 21 -- For the Sex Industry, 21 -- For the Labor Industry, 22 -- IX. Criminal Exploitation of Women Brought to the US?A Broad Spectrum, 25 -- X. Related Industries, 27 -- Mail Order Bride Companies, 27 -- Maid Schemes, 27 -- Domestic Servants, 28 -- Illicit Foreign Adoptions, 28 -- XI. Issues and Challenges Associated with Combating Trafficking 31 -- Definitional, Information-Sharing, and Coordination Difficulties, 31 -- Investigative Challenges, 32 -- Low Penalties for the Traffickers, 33 -- Lack of a Trafficking Law, 35 -- Law Enforcement May Miss Smaller Trafficking Cases, 35 -- INS Challenges and Constraints, 36


 

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