Tuesday, 27 March 2012
BUDAPEST – Under the request of the Eindhoven police, police officers in Hungary arrested a 30-year-old for human trafficking on Monday.
This happened after the mass campaign against human trafficking on Friday night, where 300 police officers raided Baekelandplein in Eindhoven.The Hungarian had been staying in the Netherlands until recently. He is currently being detained by the police, pending his extradition to the Netherlands, the police shared on Tuesday.According to the justice system, many prostitutes soliciting at the Eindhoven square were exploited, and underaged girls are performing window prostitution. At the time of the raid, 44 women and 20 customers were present. On Friday night, the police held six men.Mayor Van Gijzel said at a press conference, “We want to prevent and avoid this kind of trafficking. This is modern slavery, which we do not want.”Source: Omroep Brabant