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International News Coverage of Human Trafficking Arrests and Prosecutions: A Content Analytic Study
Unformatted Document Text:  Role of the trafficker. The role of the trafficker was not determined for 15% (n=29) of incidents. Of those where the role was determined, the trafficker or trafficker(s) acted as the middleman in 39% (n=64) of incidents while 29% (n=47) involved traffickers with multi-dimensional roles. Twenty-seven percent (n=44) of incidents involved traffickers acting as end-users. ROLE OF TRAFFICKER(S) N % End User (Domestic Work) 6 3.7 End User (Labourer) 6 3.7 End User (Prostitution) 31 19.1 End User (Unknown) 1 0.6 Middleman (Transportation) 64 39.5 Procurer 1 0.6 Recruiter 6 3.7 Various (Multi-Dimensional Role) 47 29.0 Totals 162 100.0 Table 15: Role of trafficker(s)(N of missing cases = 29 or 15.2%) Of these 44 incidents, 70% (n=31) of the incidents involved end-users who were exploiting trafficked individuals for prostitution-related activities. Fourteen percent (n=6) were incidents of exploitation for domestic work while 14% (n=6) were incidents of exploitation for labour related activities. The 31 incidents of end-user prostitution exploitation represented 19% of all 166 assessed incidents of trafficking. Characteristics and motives of the trafficked individuals in reported cases of human trafficking and human smuggling Region of origination of trafficked person. The region of origination of trafficked persons was not determined for 13% (n=25) of incidents. When this was determined, 21% (n=35) of incidents involved individuals from North America 51

Authors: Denton, Erin.
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Role of the trafficker.  The role of the trafficker was not determined for 
15% (n=29) of incidents.  Of those where the role was determined, the trafficker 
or trafficker(s) acted as the middleman in 39% (n=64) of incidents while 29% 
(n=47) involved traffickers with multi-dimensional roles.   Twenty-seven percent 
(n=44) of incidents involved traffickers acting as end-users.  
ROLE OF TRAFFICKER(S)
 
 
 
 
 
N
%
 
 
End User (Domestic Work)
6
3.7
End User (Labourer)
6
3.7
End User (Prostitution)
31
19.1
End User (Unknown)
1
0.6
Middleman (Transportation)
64
39.5
Procurer
1
0.6
Recruiter
6
3.7
Various (Multi-Dimensional Role)
47
29.0
Totals
162
100.0
Table 15: Role of trafficker(s)
(N of missing cases = 29 or 15.2%)
Of these 44 incidents, 70% (n=31) of the incidents involved end-users who were 
exploiting trafficked individuals for prostitution-related activities.  Fourteen 
percent (n=6) were incidents of exploitation for domestic work while 14% (n=6) 
were incidents of exploitation for labour related activities.  The 31 incidents of 
end-user prostitution exploitation represented 19% of all 166 assessed incidents 
of trafficking.
Characteristics and motives of the trafficked individuals in 
reported cases of human trafficking and human smuggling
Region of origination of trafficked person.  The region of origination of 
trafficked persons was not determined for 13% (n=25) of incidents.  When this 
was determined, 21% (n=35) of incidents involved individuals from North America 
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