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The Supreme Prosecutors Office works jointly on trafficking case investigations with the South Korean police.
In 2001, the Supreme Prosecutor's Office established joint investigations centers in collaboration with the police force and local governments to address trafficking and inveigling of women for forcible sexual exploitation, forcible transfer to foreign territory for employment in "service establishments of indecent nature," illegal entry into the country for purposes of sexual exploitation, the sale of women between prostitution establishments, and departures from the country through fake employment or marriage overseas.1
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