Guizhou, a total of more than two years trafficked women rescued 491 abducted children, 325
November 16, Guizhou Provincial Public Security Bureau held a provincial special action to deepen anti-trafficking video and telephone conference, summed up the results achieved crackdown special action, and the province continue to deepen anti-trafficking deployment of special operations.
Since the Ministry of Public Security in April 2009 to carry out public security organs nationwide crackdown special operation was launched, Guizhou police with local conditions, adopt appropriate measures and carry out investigation of detection, arrest traffickers, search rescue abducted children and women, to promote comprehensive, China anti-trafficking action plan to implement other aspects of work. In special operations, Guizhou police cracked a number of major cases of trafficking, destroyed a number of criminal gangs trafficking, child trafficking and arrested a group of women traffickers. January 1 last year to 30 September this year, the province had cracked 274 cases of child trafficking, 362 cases of trafficking in women; trafficking gangs destroyed 81; arrested 836 fugitives trafficking crime (including the Public Security Ministry wanted Class A trafficking three criminal fugitives, wanted fugitives provincial 3); criminal detention of criminal suspects 914; rescue abducted women 491, 325 rescue abducted children.
Trafficking crime for the current situation, the next step, the province will strengthen the work of investigating this case, organizations focused on children in the province of unknown origin Mopai action, the implementation of missing children quickly find mechanisms to enhance investigation of work, truncated channel trafficking crime.
In another development, Guizhou Province for the current "Pirates of horse stealing cattle in rural areas," crime is still a large amount of the status quo, between now and the end of January next year, Guizhou Province will launch a 50-day "Pirates of horse stealing cattle against crime" special action. (Chen Huawen)