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National Referral Mechanism Statistics

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National Referral Mechanism Statistics, Quarter 3 2019 - July to September
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ISBN
9781786559043
Author
Home Office
Published by
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Publication Date
14 January 2020
Edition
2019 Q3
Publisher's Ref
Statistical Bulletin 29/19
Format
Paperback
Extent
67 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

This statistical bulletin gives a summary of the number of potential victims of modern slavery referred into the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) from 1 July to 30 September 2019 (Quarter 3).

Key results
  • Between 1 July and 30 September 2019, 2,808 potential victims of modern slavery were referred to the NRM; a 21% increase from the previous quarter and a 61% increase from the same quarter in 2018.
  • The 2,808 potential victims were of 91 different nationalities with individuals from the UK, Albania and Vietnam being the three most common nationalities referred, as in the previous quarter.
  • Around 60% (1,633) of referrals were for individuals who claimed they were exploited as adults, with the remainder (1,175) claiming they were exploited as minors.
  • The most common type of exploitation for both adults and minors was labour exploitation. This category includes criminal exploitation.
  • Of the 2,808 potential victims, 620 referred during this period claimed that the exploitation took place overseas only, whilst 1,831 claimed that it occurred in the UK only. A small number (176) were referred for exploitation in both the UK and overseas, whilst 181 had no location of exploitation identified.
  • Around 90% (2,548) of referrals were transferred to police forces in England for investigation. Police Scotland received 150 referrals, Welsh police forces received 96 and the Police Service of Northern Ireland received 14.
 


National Referral Mechanism Statistics, Quarter 2 2019 - April to June
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National Referral Mechanism Statistics, Quarter 2 2019 - April to June

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ISBN
9781786558824
Author
Home Office
Published by
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Publication Date
16 September 2019
Edition
2019 Q2
Publisher's Ref
Statistical Bulletin 16/19
Format
Paperback
Extent
66 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

This statistical bulletin gives a summary of the number of potential victims of modern slavery referred into the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) from the 1 April to 30 June 2019 (Quarter 2).

Potential victims of modern slavery in the UK that come to the attention of authorised ‘first responder’ organisations are referred to the National Referral Mechanism (NRM). Authorised ‘first responder’ organisations include local authorities, specified non-governmental organisations (NGOs), police forces and specified government agencies.

Adults (aged 18 or above) must consent to being referred to the NRM, whilst minors under the age of 18 do not need to give consent to be referred. NRM referrals can also be made for individuals who are adults but were exploited as minors.

Key statistics
  • Between 1 April and 30 June 2019, 2,320 potential victims of modern slavery were referred to the NRM; an 8% increase from the previous quarter and a 40% increase from the same quarter in 2018.
  • The 2,320 potential victims were of 84 different nationalities with individuals from the UK, Albania and Vietnam being the three most common nationalities referred.
  • Around 6 in 10 (1,336) of referrals were for individuals who claimed they were exploited as adults, with the remainder (984) claiming they were exploited as minors.
  • The most common type of exploitation for both adults and minors was labour. This category includes criminal exploitation.
  • 622 of the potential victims referred during this period claimed that the exploitation took place overseas only, whilst 1,419 claimed that it occurred in the UK. A small number (146) were referred for exploitation in both the UK and overseas, whilst 133 had no location of exploitation identified.
  • Around 9 in 10 (2,102) referrals were transferred to police forces in England for investigation. Police Scotland received 106 referrals, 85 were received by Welsh police forces and the Police Service of Northern Ireland received 27 referrals.
 



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