Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in the Baltic Sea Region

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Comprehensive report (Source)
March 1998
Table of contents 

1. INTRODUCTION

2. THE INCIDENCE OF COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF
CHILDREN IN THE BALTIC SEA REGION
2.1 Task Force on organised crime in the Baltic Sea
Region

3. LEGISLATION
3.1 Age Limits
3.2 Existence of special provisions regarding sexual
exploitation of children
3.3 The child and court proceedings-procedural questions
3.4 Dual criminality- extra-territorial jurisdiction

4. SOCIAL SERVICE
4.1 Curricula in the schools for social workers
4.2 Duty of notification
4.3 General preventive measures in the field of sexual exploitation of children
4.4 General rehabilitation measures against commercial sexual exploitation of children
4.5 Co-operation projects

5. POLICE
5.1 Curricula in police academies
5.2 Europol
5.3 Interpol - Standing Working Party on crimes against minors
5.4 Co-operation projects
5.5 Local police co-operation at the borders 5.6 Police and customs liaison officers stationed in the Baltic Sea Region

6. TOURISM

7. MEDIA

8. ANNEX
A. Questionnaire Legislative & Police
B. Compilation of legislation

The Member States have submitted translations or
summaries, in English, of their criminal codes.

Denmark
Estonia
Finland
Germany
Iceland
Latvia
Lithuania
Norway
Poland
Russia
Sweden