On the 27th September 2019, the Modern Slavery Police Transformation Programme hosted a third partnership conference designed to bring PCCs and police forces together with colleagues from local authorities, health, education and other public sector agencies in tackling aspects of modern slavery.

Around 200 delegated attended the event which explored various aspects of how to improve partnership working to protect children from exploitation in considering five 5 key themes:                        

  • Understanding the scale of child criminal exploitation in the UK
  • Developing best practice and innovation
  • How to strengthen networks to respond effectively
  • Understanding the complexities of tackling child criminal exploitation
  • An appropriate victim focussed response.

It followed a first conference held  in July 2018 which looked at the benefits and approaches to partnership working to combat modern slavery, which was followed by a second event in October 2018 to raise awareness of the risks that homeless people can face in being recruited into exploitation.

 

 

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About Us


This is the website of the Modern Slavery Police Transformation Programme.  We work to support police officers, police staff and law enforcement partners to lead the fight against modern slavery and human trafficking. 

Our aim is to help to deliver a consistent response to protecting victims and targeting offenders - and to work with partners to ultimately help prevent exploitation from having a place in our society.

Contact Us


You can contact the Modern Slavery Police Transformation programme by email at Modern Slavery

Alternatively colleagues in UK law enforcement can visit the modern slavery community on POLKA.

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