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Indonesians are recruited with offers of jobs in restaurants, factories, or as domestics and then forced into the sex trade.
Young women and girls are trafficked throughout Indonesia and via the Riau Islands, Kalimantan, and Sulawesi to Malaysia and Singapore.
Some PJTKIs also used threats of violence to maintain control over prospective migrant workers.
Recruitment agencies routinely falsified birth dates, including for children, in order to apply for passports and migrant worker documents.
Internal trafficking is a significant problem in Indonesia with women and children exploited in domestic servitude, commercial sexual exploitation, rural agriculture, mining, fishing, and cottage industries.
Some individual members of the security forces reportedly engaged in or facilitated trafficking, particularly by providing protection to brothels and prostitution fronts in discos, karaoke bars, and hotels, or by receiving bribes to turn a blind eye.These labor recruiters charged workers high commission fees—up to ,000—which are not regulated under Indonesian law and often require workers to incur debt to pay, leaving them vulnerable in some instances to situations of debt bondage.PJTKIs also reportedly withheld the documents of some workers, and confined them in holding centers, sometimes for periods of many months.Police in late 2007 cooperated with the Manpower Ministry to shut down a manpower company that was trafficking workers, rescuing over a hundred persons, including children, and arresting staff on charges of document falsification.The 21-man national police anti-trafficking task force worked with local police, the Ministry of Manpower, the Migrant Workers Protection Agency, Immigration, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and NGOs to shut down several large trafficking syndicates.