The police service of Ghana has embarked on a campaign to sensitize people on Human trafficking and other related offenses.This is in line with the proactive prevention policing strategy of the Ghana Police Service.
This education by the Ghana police service aims at educating all stakeholders which includes school children, victims community members and more expecially those in the community who are affected by human trafficking. In a statement on so social media where they visited a school, the police service said that "the outreach programme was aimed at sensitising the pupils on the phenomenon of child trafficking, it's adverse effects on the victims and the society as a whole. The team also took the opportunity to educate the pupils and staff on sexual offenses and how to mitigate such occurrences. They were also encouraged to report sexual offenses to the police for action."
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