DSI set up its database to monitor prosecutions against government officials partaking in human trafficking1/4/2564 14:48:32 420 views TH
DSI set up its database to monitor prosecutions against government officials partaking in human trafficking
On April 1, 2021, at 9:30 a.m. at meeting room 1 on the 8th floor of the Government Complex Building B, Pol.Lt.Col.Supat Thamthanarug (a Deputy Director-General) presided over the meeting of the workgroup to create the database to update the prosecutions against government officials partaking in human trafficking, The database is an innovation of the DSI setting up as assigned by the Subcommittee for Disciplinary Actions and Prosecutions against Government Officials to Avert Involvement in Human Trafficking. It enables the DSI to rapidly comprehensively monitor the result of the disciplinary actions, prosecutions against the said officials, and property seizure for reporting to the government and using to make the report on prevention and suppression of human trafficking of Thailand annually.
In this meeting, the DSI invited representatives from the Mahanakorn University of Technology and the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security who are responsible for the database on human trafficking in Thailand, known as the Electronic Database System For Anti-human Trafficking (E-AHT) and for prosecutions against traffickers and the assistance to trafficked victims with representatives from related agencies to discuss the guideline on integrating and connecting the database in the future.