Guidance

Victims of modern slavery are likely to come into contact with a wide range of services and public authorities in the course of their journey. Each of these services has an opportunity to disrupt the individual’s trafficking experience and prevent further harm.

As authorities begin to understand the part that their staff can play in disrupting modern slavery offences and supporting victims, the range of guidance available to frontline staff has increased. Housed on this page is a selection of key guidance for a range of staff, including:

  • Local Authority
  • NHS
  • Victim Support
  • NRM First Responders
  • Private Sector

 

Local Authority

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Local Authorities’ Referral Pathway for Adult Victims of Modern Slavery (2018)

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Adult Modern Slavery Protocol for Local Authorities: NRM Process Guide for Local Authorities (2018)

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Adult Modern Slavery protocol for Local Authorities: How to identify a victim of human trafficking or modern slavery (2018)

NHS

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Caring for Trafficked Persons: Guidance for Health Providers (2009)

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Modern Slavery Pocket Guide (2017)

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Modern Slavery Wheel

Victim Support

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The Slavery and Trafficking Survivor Care Standards, 2018

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Post-NRM living (2018)

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Children and young people trafficked for the purpose of criminal exploitation in relation to county lines: A toolkit for professionals (2018)

NRM Referral

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Victims of modern slavery - Competent Authority Guidance (2016)

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National Referral Mechanism: guidance for child first responders (2016)

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Victims of modern slavery - frontline staff guidance (2016)

Private Sector

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Transparency in Supply Chains etc. A practical guide

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Ethical employment in supply chains

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Guide to tackling unfair employment practices and false self-employment

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Guide to tackling modern slavery and human rights abuses

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Guide to implementing the living wage through procurement

 

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