Promotional material

Modern slavery: duty to notify

Factsheet and posters that explain what you need to do if you think someone has been a victim of modern slavery.

Documents

Modern slavery: duty to notify poster 1

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Modern slavery: duty to notify poster 2

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Modern slavery: duty to notify factsheet

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Details

These posters and factsheet explain the meaning of ‘duty to notify’ and outline:

  • how to notify the government if you think someone has been a victim of modern slavery
  • the process for victims under 18
  • which forms you need to fill in
  • what to do if the victim wants to remain anonymous
Published 18 October 2016