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Modern Slavery: National Referral Mechanism and Duty to Notify statistics UK, Quarter 3 2022  July to September 2022Modern Slavery: National Referral Mechanism and Duty to Notify statistics UK, Quarter 3 2022 – July to September 2022 is in stock now
Modern Slavery: National Referral Mechanism and Duty to Notify statistics UK, Quarter 3 2022 – July to September 2022
Home Office Statistical Bulletin including CD-ROM of data

8.50
This statistical bulletin provides a summary and breakdown of the number of potential victims of modern slavery referred into the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) or via the Duty to Notify (DtN) process from 1 July to 30 September 2022 (quarter 3).

Key results
  • 4,586 potential victims of modern slavery were referred to the Home Office in quarter 3 2022, representing a 10% increase compared to the preceding quarter (4,169) and a 38% increase from quarter 3 2021 (3,317)
  • the number of referrals received this quarter is the highest since the NRM began in 2009
  • 75% (3,439) were sent to the Single Competent Authority (SCA) for consideration and 25% (1,147) to the Immigration Enforcement Competent Authority (IECA)
  • 79% (3,645) were male and 20% (937) were female
  • 46% (2,088) of potential victims claimed exploitation in the UK only and 44% (2,032) claimed exploitation overseas only
  • 50% (2,303) of referrals were for potential victims who claimed exploitation as adults and 43% (1,984) claimed exploitation as children
 
ISBN
9781804921067
Author
Home Office
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
7 November 2022
Edition
2022 Q3
Format
Paperback
Extent
24 pages pluc CD-ROM
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Series
Home Office Statistical Bulletin




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