Statutory guidance

Child trafficking advocates: early adopter sites

Guidance on roles and responsiblities of Independent Child Trafficking Advocates (ICTAs).

Documents

Interim guidance for the 3 Independent Child Trafficking Advocates early adopter sites: Greater Manchester, Wales and Hampshire

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Trafficking referral form

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Cyfarwyddyd Dros Dro i’r tri Safle Mabwysiadu Cynnar ar Eiriolwyr Masnachu Plant Annibynnol: Manceinion Fwyaf, Cymru a Hampshire

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Trafficking referral form (Welsh)

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Details

This interim guidance will support and enable the establishment of Independent Child Trafficking Advocates in 3 early adopter sites (Greater Manchester, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, and Wales) from 30 January 2017.

The guidance identifies the ICTAs respective roles and responsibilities as well as those of the public authorities and other related agencies who work with trafficked children within the early adopter sites.

This guidance is published under Section 49 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and will provide the framework required for both the ICTA and the early adopter sites to function, enabling the service to be implemented effectively.

Published 27 January 2017
Last updated 20 April 2018 + show all updates
  1. Updated referral form published.
  2. First published.