Activities

Participating the Bali Process 2021 Consultation and Innovation Session
Response to the Trafficking in Persons Report by the U.S. Department of State
Response to the Trafficking in Persons Report by the U.S. Department of State
Know more about you Employment Rights – Legal promotion campaign
Response to the Trafficking in Persons Report by the U.S. Department of State
Know more about you Employment Rights – Legal promotion campaign (January – June 2018)

 

 
Human Trafficking Deterrent Measures Concern Committee

Term of Reference and Membership

Supervision: Secretary for Security
Duties: To explore, assess and research into the situation of the Macao SAR concerning the social issue of human trafficking; to promote social research and analysis; to put forth recommendations and to supervise the departments concerned in their actions on combating human trafficking, including works on prevention, protection and social reintegration of victims, as well as follow up on related matters.
Nature: Co-ordinating Organization
Telephone: 28889911 (24-hour Hotline)
Organization's legal framework: Chief Executive Order No. 266/2007 as amended by Chief Executive Order No. 186/2012
Setting up of the Commission to follow up the implementation of dissuasive measures against trafficking in persons


Terms of Reference

The Committee is to explore, assess and research into the situation of the Macao SAR concerning the social issue of human trafficking; to promote social research and analysis; to put forth recommendations and to supervise the departments concerned in their actions on combating human trafficking, including works on prevention, protection and social reintegration of victims, as well as follow up on related matters. In this connection, the Committee should push ahead its works as follows:

1) To continue to review the laws of the Macao SAR and to bring them in line with the concepts of prevailing applicable international laws;

2) To prevent acts of human trafficking caused by other related activities such as the sex industry;

3) To provide victims, when in need, with medical convenience and socio-psychological counselling, and to make available safe shelter and reception;

4) To promote and raise, in the whole society and among community organzations, the understanding of and participation in the policy aspects of preventing and fighting against human trafficking;

5) To formulate measures to reintegrate victims into the society, including the safe and proper repatriation of non-local residents to their place of original abode, with their dignity safeguarded; and

6) To promote interactions among departments concerned, so as to ensure the progress of works in different categories.

 


Membership
*Members of the Human Trafficking Deterrent Measures Concern Committee consist of representatives from all policy areas, total membership not exceeding 16.

*The Committee is to be assisted by a secretariat, comprising at maximium 3 persons.


Coordinator
Chief of Office of the Secretary for Security – Cheong Ioc Ieng

Members

  • Social Welfare Bureau – Hon Wai, Director
  • Unitary Police Service – Lao Wan Seong, Deputy Commander-general
  • Office of the Secretary for Security – Chang Cheong, Adviser
  • Office of the Secretary for Security – Lai Tong Sang, Adviser
  • Office of the Secretary for Security – Lin Heng Chi, Adviser
  • Public Security Police Force – Vong Vai Hong, Deputy Commissioner
  • Unitary Police Service – Sofia de Almeida Mergulhão O, Legal Adviser
  • Health Bureau – Lei Wai Seng, Clinical Director of Conde de S. Januário General Hospital
  • Labour Affairs Bureau – Chan Weng Chi, Chief of Research and Information Technology Department
  • Legal Affairs Bureau – Fong Meng Ian, Chief of Legal System Study and Legislative Coordination Department
  • Judiciary Police – Luis Leong, Chief of Criminal Investigation Department
  • Macao Customs Service – U Iek Chun, Acting Chief of Marine Enforcement Department

Secretariat

  • Office of the Secretary for Security – Lam Mei U, Interpreter-Translator Adviser
  • Office of the Secretary for Security – Sio U Pui, Secretary to Secretary
  • Office of the Secretary for Security – Leung Chi Hung, Senior Officer