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Women and children from Poland are subjected to sex trafficking within the country and also in Austria, Germany, Italy, Japan, Malta, Morocco, the Netherlands, Sweden, and the UK.

The Government of Poland fully complies with the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking.

During the reporting period, authorities expanded the mandate of the border guard to investigate more trafficking cases and designated police investigators at the national and provincial headquarters to specialize in trafficking investigations.

The government continued to provide training to border guard and police officers on trafficking; however, judges lacked adequate training opportunities.

A large proportion of convicted traffickers continued to receive suspended prison sentences.

The police and border guard identified 218 possible victims of trafficking in 2013, compared to 90 possible victims identified in 2012.

Observers reported that Polish authorities did not conduct sufficient outreach and proactive identification among unaccompanied children and irregular migrants held in detention.

Recommendations for Poland: Systematically provide child victims of trafficking specialized care; continue to increase the shelter system’s capacity to assist victims, including men and children; improve efforts to identify trafficking victims proactively among vulnerable populations, particularly unaccompanied children and irregular migrants; continue to vigorously investigate and prosecute trafficking offenses and take steps to ensure that trafficking offenders receive sentences commensurate with the severity of the crime; improve victim identification procedures and training on such procedures to better identify victims of labor trafficking; increase training for prosecutors and judges; incorporate the victim compensation process into criminal proceedings; amend the criminal code to ensure that identified victims of trafficking are not penalized for acts committed as a direct result of being trafficked; consider establishing an independent national rapporteur to monitor the government’s anti-trafficking progress; ensure all victims are given access to and encouraged to use the reflection period; and conduct additional awareness campaigns to reduce the demand for commercial sex acts and deter child sex tourism.