UN, cops join to fight sex abuse of children

Source: Bangkok Post (25 April 2012)

The Central Investigation Bureau has joined forces with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime to fight child sex tourism.

The UNODC will transfer academic and legal knowledge to Thai police and support the implementation of the CIB's Community Policing project in Bangkok, Pattaya and Chiang Mai.

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Editor's Note: Project Childhood Prevention Pillar partner World Vision is based in Australia, and NOT in France, as reported incorrectly in the story.


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