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1. About the contacts database
If you register your details on the contacts database, you will receive email updates every 6 weeks from the Home Office to help you develop and improve your modern slavery statement. We will send practical guidance, including:
- updated Home Office statutory guidance on reporting
- a framework to help you evaluate the quality of your statement
- best practice case studies and details of events
We will also send you reminders to help you plan and publish your statement on time.
2. Register your details on the database
Complete the registration form.
3. Who should sign up?
You should sign up to receive emails if you are the lead person responsible for drafting and developing your company’s modern slavery statement.
You can find more information on how we manage your personal data if you sign up to our database in our privacy notice.
4. If you have received a letter from the Home Office about your modern slavery statement