Information and advice for
professionals on child trafficking
As of 31st July 2015 new human
trafficking legislation came into force under the Modern Slavery
Act 2015. This legislation covers both migrant and UK children
trafficked into and within the UK and can assist with victim
identification and the National Referral Mechanism process. Ensure
that you are able to safeguard and protect the vulnerable by means
of the new powers contained with in the Act.
Child trafficking is the recruitment and movement of children
for the purpose of exploitation. It is a form of child abuse and
requires a child protection response.
NSPCC's Child Trafficking Advice Centre (CTAC)
CTAC is a specialist service providing information and advice to
any professional working with children or young people who may have
been trafficked into the UK.
If you work with a child who may have been trafficked into the
UK you can contact the NSPCC's Child Trafficking Advice Centre
(CTAC) for specialist advice and information on 0808 800
5000 Monday to Friday 9.30am to 4.30pm or email email@example.com.
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