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Border control officers from the department of immigration and civil status are being brought up to speed with modern techniques in a number of pertinent areas of their work.
These include detection of fraudulent documents, profiling of passengers, quizzing techniques and detection of human trafficking.
Members of the National Assembly had the opportunity to put forward their oral questions to Minister for Internal Affairs Errol Fonseka during yesterday’s sitting, addressing pertinent issues such as immigration, the war on drugs, and support towards the tourism industry.
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime yesterday kick-started a three-day workshop on human trafficking whereby it will conduct a scenario-based training exercise to assess the effectiveness of National Anti-Trafficking in Person Legislative (TIP).