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For England and Wales cases please see separate guidance and forms. For referral of potential child victims please refer Sigle the specific child guidance and form. Background The National Referral Mechanism NRM is a framework for identifying and referring potential victims of modern slavery and ensuring they receive the appropriate support.
This guidance is to assist deated first responders in completing the referral form before it is submitted for consideration by the Single Competent Authority SCA within the Home Office. Referral forms should be sent to the SCA using the new online processexplained below. For a person to have been a victim of human trafficking there must have been: action recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt, which can include either domestic or cross-border movement means threat or use of force, coercion, abduction, fraud, deception, abuse of power or vulnerability - however, there does not need to be a means used for children as they are not able to give informed consent purpose of exploitation eg sexual exploitation, forced labour or domestic servitude, slavery, financial exploitation, illegal adoption, removal of organs For a person to have been a victim of slavery, servitude and forced or compulsory labour there must have been: means being held, either physically or through threat of penalty — for example threat or use of force, coercion, abduction, fraud, deception, abuse of power or vulnerability.
However, there does not need to be a means used for children as they are not able to give informed consent service an individual provides a service for benefit, for example begging, sexual services, manual labour, domestic service Forced or compulsory labour may be present in trafficking cases.
However, not every person who is exploited through forced labour has been trafficked. There will be cases of exploitation that do not meet the threshold for modern slavery — for example, someone may choose to work for less than the national minimum wage or in undesirable conditions, without being forced or deceived. These cases should not be referred to the NRMbut you may want to refer to the police. Alternatively, you can contact the pay and work Slngle helpline for more information onor the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority on Slavery and servitude are more serious versions of forced or compulsory labour.
More information is available on the indicators of modern slavery. Referring cases to the NRM Modern slavery is a complex crime and may involve multiple forms of exploitation.
Victims may not be aware that they are being trafficked or exploited, and may have consented to elements of their exploitation, or accepted their situation. If you think that modern slavery has taken place, the case should be referred to the NRM so that the SCA can fully consider the case. If you think you have encountered a person adult or child who has been a victim of modern slavery in Scotland or Northern Ireland, you should complete a referral via the new online process.
The new online process allows first responders to submit an NRM referral through a single online form regardless of their location in the UK, or whether the victim is an adult or. The form has been deed to be responsive and will change depending on the options selected.
Access the new form. The online form will identify whether someone is a First Responder by verifying their work address.
First responders will need to complete this verification to progress with the form. After submitting the form which will be sent to the SCA the First Responder will be sent a link to download a copy. If any further information becomes available at a later date that would be helpful in making a decision about iris the person is Singlee victim of modern slavery you can this, by responding to the referral receipt without editing the reference in the subject line.
The old referral forms will continue to be accepted until 29th February However, the old referral forms will only be accepted under exceptional circumstances. If you think this will be a problem or if you want to provide any feedback on the online referral process — please let us know by ing nationalreferralmechanism homeoffice. Adults will only be accepted into the NRM if they have consented to the referral being made.
Informed consent requires that the potential victim have the NRMthe referral process, and potential outcomes, clearly explained to them. Once a referral is submitted, the SCA will then aim to make a Glasgw grounds decision within 5 working days wherever possible.
Access to support Individuals who are recognised as a potential victim of modern slavery through the NRM have access to specialist tailored support, which may include access to irisu, accommodation, protection and independent emotional and practical womenn. In Northern Ireland individuals will receive support for at least 45 days while their case is considered. In Scotland, individuals will receive support for 90 days or until a conclusive grounds decision is made, whichever comes sooner; however, in some cases support may be offered beyond the 90 days if a Conclusive Grounds decision has not yet been made.
Support providers will assess each potential victim to determine what support is most appropriate. You must explain this process to the potential Glasbow and seek their consent before filling out the NRM form.
If they consent to being referred as the First Responder you will be asked to confirm this, and also indicate if they wish to access support, and then contact: Scotland Trafficking Awareness Raising Alliance TARA female victims of sexual exploitation working hours and out of hours Migrant Help male and female victims working hours and out of hours Scotland migranthelpuk.
Completing the form The online form should only be completed for adults when a member of staff from a deated frontline organisation known as a First Responder suspects someone is a victim of modern slavery and where the individual concerned has understood the implications of, and consented to, a referral. It is for use by all such agencies to record their encounters with potential victims of modern slavery. It is not to be used as an interview record but as a means for a First Responder to provide as much information as possible to the SCA to enable a decision to be reached.
This does not prevent the First Responder from approaching the potential victim to obtain further details where appropriate, while avoiding placing the potential victim under unnecessary additional stress or trauma. Throughout the form, items marked with an asterisk should be supported by documentary evidence where possible. Consent Consent is required for an adult to be referred to the NRM. For an adult to provide their informed consent, you must explain: what the NRM is what support is available through it what the possible outcomes are for an individual being referred You should also make it clear that information may be shared or sought by the SCA from other public authorities, such as the police and local authorities, to gather further evidence on an NRM referral.
If the potential victim is under 18, or may be under 18, you should complete the online referral but select the child option. Child victims do not have to consent to be referred into the NRM and should be referred to wider child safeguarding processes for support. However, if you consider a crime has taken place then you can still make a third-party referral to the police, so that they can be considered for investigation as a means to protect others from harm.
Any information you have gathered on the cases should be provided to the police to assist. Indicators of modern slavery To help make a primary assessment about whether an individual is or may be Glaagow potential victim of modern slavery, there are 20 general indicators. It is not the case that by selecting a set of indicators this will equate to a person being a victim; it could be that just one or a combination of factors demonstrates that a person may be a victim.
Each case should be considered on its own merits. There are also sections for indicators of common forms of exploitation, however if you consider that an individual may have been exploited riish a way not listed, this could still be modern slavery and should be recorded.
We recognise that first responders may be unable to provide ificant detail about the individual and their potential modern slavery experience on this form e. However, it is important that all information available at this stage is provided on the form to support a timely reasonable grounds decision. If further information about the case comes to light, this should be referred to the SCA via responding to the referral receipt without editing the reference in the subject line or if that is not available, nationalreferralmechanism homeoffice.
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