There is no procedure for the identification of victims of human trafficking which is independent of the criminal investigation. GRETA urges the Czech authorities to disconnect the identification of victims of human trafficking from the initiation of criminal proceedings and to put in place a formalized victim identification procedure which defines the roles and responsibilities of all relevant stakeholders and promotes a multi-agency approach by involving specialized NGOs, labour inspectors, social workers, child protection specialists and health-care staff. GRETA also asks the authorities to pay increased attention to the proactive detection of victims of trafficking amongst asylum seekers and persons placed in administrative detention pending removal.

Report concerning the implementation of the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings by the Czech Republic - Greta, 2020 DOWNLOAD

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