The Impact of Police Intelligence Dominance on the Prevention of Trafficking in Women and Girls in 2013-2018
Background and Aim
Trafficking is one of the most organized crimes in the world. The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of Najaf's information aristocracy on preventing trafficking in women and girls from 2013 to 2018.
The research method is applied in terms of purpose and survey method. Questionnaire is a researcher-made tool. The statistical population of the research is the elite, political and sociological experts, officials, managers and staff who are familiar with the topic of trafficking in women. The sample size was 254 according to Cochran formula. The dependent variable of the research is the amount of trafficking of women and girls that has been tried to measure the effects of the independent variables of the information nobility of IJA.
More than half of the respondents (53.5%) believe that the effect of traffic control on women and girls without family is high on the level of trafficking of women and girls.
Traffic control of women and girls without family is the strongest predictor of trafficking in women and girls. The second direct negative impact of the observation and traffic control of divorced women on trafficking is second-rate. The rate of expansion of the network of resources and secretaries with the weakest coefficient indicates a direct negative effect of this variable on the rate of trafficking in women and girls.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
مجله پژوهش های انتظامی - اجتماعی زنان و خانواده, Volume:7 Issue:1, 2019
37 - 47  
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