Human trafficking is third in terms of profit, in the list of global organized crimes, after drugs and arms trade. It achieves billions of dollars as a profit. It can be considered as one of the most important sources of financing of the activities of transnational organized crime gangs, especially terrorism and money laundering. This type of crime has a special nature because its main commodity is human beings who are led by economic, social and political conditions and security instability in their countries due to conflicts and wars to fall into the clutches of these gangs through financial temptations and false promises of a better life. The main victims of human trafficking are women and children. According to the first report of the OSCE special representative on human trafficking, ten years after the ministerial decision to combat sex trafficking, exploitation is the most common form of human trafficking in Western Europe.