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While ICE agents refuse to comment on their means and methods of operation, media reports have suggested the use of undercover agents, internet sting operations, and sophisticated technologies. based law enforcement, such as local Sheriff Departments and Parole Officers, inform them of known sex offenders who are traveling to the region.
These attitudes make children far more vulnerable to sexual exploitation. has relatively strict domestic laws that hold accountable any American citizen or permanent resident of the U. who travels abroad for the purpose of engaging in illicit conduct with a minor. It also obliges parties to pass laws within their own territories against these practices "punishable by appropriate penalties that take into account their grave nature".Of those arrested, 56 were Costa Rican nationals and 18 foreign nationals". In recent years there has been an increase in the prosecution of child sex tourism offenses."Now Brazil is overtaking Thailand as the world's most popular sex-tourist destination". At least 38 countries have extraterritorial laws that allow their citizens to be prosecuted specifically for child sexual abuse crimes committed whilst abroad, and another 31 nations have more general extraterritorial laws that could be used to prosecute their citizens for crimes committed during child sex tourism trips.The WTO, ECPAT (End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes) and Nordic tour operators created a global The Code of Conduct for the Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism in Travel and Tourism in 1996. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or “ICE”, participates in investigating and capturing child sex tourists.As of April 2013, over 1200 travel companies from 40 countries had signed the code. In 2003 ICE launched “Operation Predator”, leading to the arrest of over 11,000 child sexual abusers, including more than 1,100 outside the United States.