Human and Drug Trafficking
Trafficking criminals cannot hide when their brainwaves are willing to confess.
Human trafficking is a crime that exploits women, men, and children for purposes such as forced labor and sex. The International Labor Organization estimates that 20.9 million people are victims of forced labor globally.
In addition, drug trafficking is at an all time high. In the US alone, there are over 30,000 arrests annually which are linked to the sales and distribution of illegal narcotics. In Mexico, drug trafficking to the US is a $50 billion per year business.
Brain Fingerprinting aids in the reduction of human and drug trafficking crimes by helping to get these criminals off of the streets and behind bars.
Brain Fingerprinting can detect information within the brain of any suspect or person of interest in the areas of drug and human trafficking. This may include information regarding known associates, details of the crime or information about the victim.
Criminals cannot hide when their brainwaves are willing to confess.
Our Case Scenarios highlight Brain Fingerprinting’s instrumental value in security today. Contact Brainwave Science today to learn about this innovative and indispensable technology.