Berry cited a recent instance when Barbados was forced to refuse a Jamaican woman landing in that Caribbean country because she was, unknowingly, being trafficked.
“She was responding to what she thought was a very good business deal, and thankfully the Barbados police called to say they took her out of harm’s way,” Berry said.
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“The opportunity came for her to go away, and when she had second thoughts and told the mother she didn’t want to go again, the mother said ‘gwaan, yuh nuh see di ole house deh ya whaan fi fix’,” Palmer said.
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He cited a recent World Health Organisation study which reported that more than 10,000 illegal kidney transplants are done every year.
PERPETRATORS of human trafficking crimes are said to be raking in lucrative fees to recruit victims of what is estimated by the United Nations to be a US-billion-a-year global trade.
Although there is no specific data on the worth of the local trade in trafficking of persons, the Jamaican police said there has been an increase in the number of children and women who are being recruited under the pretence of lucrative job offers which later lead to horrifying sexual exploitation.
’ And let’s say they are told ,000, they will say ‘what about US,000?
’ And immediately persons are recruited,” head of the Jamaica Constabulary Force Trafficking in Persons Unit, Deputy Superintendent of Police Carl Berry, said yesterday.