Knowledge & Practice Hub
Child trafficking knowledge and practice hub
- Understand the professional roles and responsibilities of social workers and local authorities in relation to child trafficking, including how to manage referrals and investigate suspected cases.
- Spot the signs and assess the risks of child trafficking in typical categories of cases including criminal exploitation, domestic servitude and labour exploitation.
- Explains the ‘duty to notify’ the Home Office of potential victims of trafficking and the process for referring suspected victims to the National Referral Mechanism.
- Legislation, policy and guidance
- Types of exploitation and risk indicators
- Professional roles and responsibilities
- Assess the risks of child trafficking and take action
- Child trafficking: test your knowledge with this quiz
- Interview with a trafficked young person
- Learn on your Lunch: professional practice in a complex child trafficking case
- Webinar: Child trafficking – connecting the risk indicators to identify victims