Research and analysis overview: An assessment of Independent Child Trafficking Guardians

A report assessing the role of Regional Practice Co-ordinators (RPCs) within the Independent Child Trafficking Guardians (ICTG) service, covering the period October 2018 to December 2019.

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An assessment of Independent Child Trafficking Guardians

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An assessment of Independent Child Trafficking Guardians: data tables

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This report was jointly produced by the Home Office and Ipsos MORI to assess the role of Regional Practice Co-ordinators (RPCs) within the ICTG service.

RPCs support potential child victims of trafficking who have a figure of parental responsibility for them in the UK, and have been introduced to 6 early adopter sites:

  • Greater Manchester
  • Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
  • Wales
  • East Midlands
  • West Midlands
  • Croydon

The report assesses both how the RPC role has been delivered, and the perceived impacts of the role, through qualitative interviews and quantitative data analysis.

Published 29 October 2020