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Inspection of the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons
Harold W. Geisel (ed)
The Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (J/TIP) has led U.S. Government efforts to significantly raise antitrafficking visibility worldwide and to help countries monitor and combat modern slavery. In 2000, Congress mandated the establishment of J/TIP in the TVPA, a comprehensive statute that lays the foundation for wide-ranging U.S. efforts against trafficking. The Dir. of the office, who has the title Ambassador at Large, also chairs the interagency Senior Policy Operating Group (SPOF). This is the second inspection of J/TIP since its creation. Since 2001, successive reauthorizations have added to J/TIPäó»s responsibilities to execute the letter and intent of the law. Moreover, J/TIPäó»s success over the past decade to lead State Dept. efforts to raise international awareness and to oblige countries to strengthen their antitrafficking regimes have increased the quantity and diversity of activities that J/TIP and U.S. embassies together must monitor and assess. Consequently, J/TIP staff has grown from 5 in 2001 to 52. This inspection focuses on the policy office of the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, and its antitrafficking policy function within the State Dept., including grants awards and management, and the internal leadership and management of the office itself. This is a print on demand report.
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