The development of Transnational Skills Standards (TnSS) within the prisons and corrections service, cybercrime and human trafficking sectors

Parry, Jon and Ojo, Adegbola (2013) The development of Transnational Skills Standards (TnSS) within the prisons and corrections service, cybercrime and human trafficking sectors. Project Report. International Skills Standards Organisation, London.

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Abstract

This desk research is focused on 3 sub-sectors of the wider justice and community safety sector – the human trafficking
workforce, the cybercrime workforce and prisons and correctional services. The choice of human trafficking and cybercrime was driven by the fact that these topics transcend national boundaries and as such provide a natural fit for trans-national standards development. The choice of prisons allows some comparison between the natural fit sub-sectors and a sub-sector that is firmly nation-specific but one which is touched upon by other non-skills based international standards such as Human Rights. Prisons and correctional services was also selected in recognition of the work that the International Corrections and Prisons Association (ICPA) is conducting in its objective to support the
improvement of global understanding and professionalism in the sub-sector.

Keywords:Skills, Occupations, Labour market intelligence
Subjects:L Social studies > L160 International Economics
Divisions:College of Science > School of Geography
ID Code:28489
Deposited On:04 Oct 2017 08:30

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