Research and analysis

A typology of modern slavery offences in the UK

This research looks at the different types of modern slavery in the UK, it is based on analysis of over 300 confirmed cases of modern slavery and consultation with a range of experts.

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A typology of modern slavery offences in the UK

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The research has classified modern slavery offences in the UK into a typology of 17 distinct types. For each type, the report outlines the characteristics of the typical victims and offenders, and the nature of the offence, including the recruitment, transportation and exploitation involved. The report highlights how the typology can be used to inform the policy and operational response to modern slavery.

Published 17 October 2017