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Criminals capitalizing on lack of coordination: UBC professor
Description: Poor coordination between law-enforcement jurisdictions is making Canada a haven for the human traffickers who prey on young, isolated and vulnerable women, says Benjamin Perrin, a Faculty Fellow at the Liu Institute. Perrin was in Winnipeg to promote his new book, Invisible Chains: Canada’s Underground World of Human Trafficking. Perrin also used his Winnipeg stop to call on Manitoba to ban Craigslist from advertising erotic services. “It’s the medium of choice for organized crime to sell women in the sex trade,” he said.
Date: 14 October 2010
Author: By Carol Sanders
Source: The Vancouver Sun, Thu Oct 14 2010, Page B4
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