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Modern Slavery: National Referral Mechanism and Duty to Notify statistics UK, Quarter 2 2021 - April to June
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Home Office Statistical Bulletin 20/21

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ISBN
9781801400749
Author
Home Office
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Publication Date
3 September 2021
Edition
2021 Q2
Publisher's Ref
Statistical Bulletin 20/21
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115 pages
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A4 (210 x 297 mm)

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 April to 30 June 2021 (quarter 2).

Key results
  • 3,140 potential victims of modern slavery were referred to the Home Office in the second quarter of 2021, representing a 7% increase compared to the preceding quarter (2,942) and a 42% increase from quarter 2 in 2020 (2,204).
  • the number of referrals received this quarter is the second highest since the NRM began in 2009 (the highest number was 3,343 in quarter 4 2019)
  • 77% (2,421) were male and 23% (717) were female
  • 61% (1,912) of potential victims claimed exploitation in the UK only and 28% (882) claimed exploitation overseas only
  • 50% (1,564) of referrals were for potential victims who claimed exploitation as adults and 43% (1,357) claimed exploitation as children
  • for adult potential victims, labour exploitation was most commonly reported (32%; 501), whereas child potential victims were most often referred for criminal exploitation (49%; 662)
  • the most common nationalities referred this quarter were UK, Albanian and Vietnamese
  • the Single Competent Authority (SCA) made 3,086 reasonable grounds and 500 conclusive grounds decisions in this quarter; of these, 89% of reasonable grounds and 88% of conclusive grounds decisions were positive
  • the Home Office received 910 reports of adult potential victims via the DtN process, the highest quarterly figure recorded
 


Modern Slavery: National Referral Mechanism and Duty to Notify statistics UK, Quarter 1 2021  January to March
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Home Office Statistical Bulletin 12/21

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ISBN
9781801400459
Author
Home Office
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Publication Date
15 June 2021
Edition
2021 Q1
Format
Paperback
Extent
115 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Series
Home Office Statistical Bulletin 12/21

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 January to 31 March 2021 (quarter 1).

Key results
  • 2,945 potential victims of modern slavery were referred to the Home Office in the first quarter of 2021, representing a 3% decrease compared to the preceding quarter (3,041) and a 3% increase from quarter 1 in 2020 (2,862)
  • 75% (2,197) were male and 25% (745) were female
  • 64% (1,897) of potential victims claimed exploitation in the UK only and 23% (691) claimed exploitation overseas only
  • 49% (1,431) of referrals were for potential victims who claimed exploitation as adults and 45% (1,330) claimed exploitation as children
  • For adult potential victims, labour exploitation was most commonly reported (27%; 383), whereas child potential victims were most often referred for criminal exploitation (52%; 690)
  • The most common nationalities referred this quarter were UK, Albanian and Vietnamese
  • The Single Competent Authority (SCA) made 2,922 reasonable grounds and 406 conclusive grounds decisions in this quarter. Of these, 91% of reasonable grounds and 84% of conclusive grounds decisions were positive
  • The Home Office received 718 reports of adult potential victims via the DtN process
 


Modern Slavery: National Referral Mechanism and Duty to Notify Statistics UK, end of year summary 2020
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Home Office Statistical Bulletin 08/21

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ISBN
9781801400176
Author
Home Office
Published by
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Publication Date
20 April 2021
Edition
2020 YR
Format
Paperback
Extent
185 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Series
Statistical Bulletin 08/21

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 January to 31 December 2020.

Modern slavery is a term that includes any form of human trafficking, slavery, servitude or forced labour, as set out in the Modern Slavery Act 2015. 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 children under the age of 18 need not consent to being referred. Adults who were exploited as children can also be referred. As specified in section 52 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015, public authorities in England and Wales have a statutory duty to notify the Home Office when they come across potential victims of modern slavery. This duty is discharged by either referring a child or consenting adult potential victim into the NRM, or by notifying the Home Office if an adult victim does not consent to enter the NRM. 


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Home Office Statistical Bulletin 07/21

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ISBN
9781801400152
Author
Home Office
Published by
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Publication Date
20 April 2021
Edition
2020 Q4
Format
Paperback
Extent
111 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Series
Statistical Bulletin 07/21

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 October to 31 December 2020 (quarter 4).

Modern slavery is a term that includes any form of human trafficking, slavery, servitude or forced labour, as set out in the Modern Slavery Act 2015. 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 children under the age of 18 need not consent to being referred. Adults who were exploited as children can also be referred. As specified in section 52 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015, public authorities in England and Wales have a statutory duty to notify the Home Office when they come across potential victims of modern slavery. This duty is discharged by either referring a child or consenting adult potential victim into the NRM, or by notifying the Home Office if an adult victim does not consent to enter the NRM. 


Modern Slavery: National Referral Mechanism and Duty to Notify Statistics UK, Quarter 3 2020 - July to September
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Modern Slavery: National Referral Mechanism and Duty to Notify Statistics UK, Quarter 3 2020 - July to September

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ISBN
9781839721410
Author
Home Office
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
17 November 2020
Edition
2020 Q3
Format
Paperback
Extent
116 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Series
Statistical Bulletin 33/20

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 process from 1 July to 30 September 2020 (quarter 3).

Modern slavery is a term that includes any form of human trafficking, slavery, servitude or forced labour, as set out in the Modern Slavery Act 2015. 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 children under the age of 18 need not consent to being referred. Adults who were exploited as children can also be referred. As specified in section 52 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015, public authorities in England and Wales have a statutory duty to notify the Home Office when they come across potential victims of modern slavery. This duty is discharged by either referring a child or consenting adult potential victim into the NRM, or by notifying the Home Office if an adult victim does not consent to enter the NRM. 



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