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of potential victims claimed exploitation in the UK only and 44% (2,032) claimed exploitation overseas only Since 1 November 2015, specific public authorities in England and Wales must notify the Home Office via the DtN process of suspected adult victims of modern slavery that do not consent to enter the NRM. During this process, first responders do not collect the potential victim’s personal details. Since January 2020, a ‘flag’ within the NRM digital casework system identifies county lines referrals. This referral should be made by the first responder / frontline worker or, if the referral has not already been made by the time the NRM form is received, the relevant competent authority. The police will then determine what action is appropriate, in line with Home Office Counting Rules. The online referral system is to be used for referrals into the NRM and for Duty to Notify referrals ( DtN). Only staff at designated first responder organisations can make referrals ( see section 4).

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 into the NRM but you may want to refer them to the police. If the potential victim is under 18, or may be under 18, an NRM referral must be made – children cannot be referred in using a DtN referral. Child victims do not have to consent to be referred into the NRM and must first be safeguarded and then referred into the NRM process. 2.2 Adults and consent The potential victim will receive a recovery period of at least 45 days of support following the date of their positive RG decision. After this recovery period, a conclusive grounds decision will be made as soon as possible. Support through the Modern Slavery Victim Care Contract (MSVCC) will be available to potential victims at least until the conclusive grounds decision is made. If conclusive grounds decision is positive Note(s): Excludes potential victims with an unknown age at exploitation. There are separate categories for dual-nationals. 2.5 Referrals by location of crime investigationICMS 2 take into account the cost classification of the life-cycle costs of the asset: the initial capital costs plus the renewal, operation, maintenance and end-of-life costs. The base cost classification arrangement for the initial capital costs can be used in conjunction with NRM 1, and the whole life-cycle cost arrangement can be used in conjunction with NRM 3. Both NRM 1 and NRM 3 will be mapped to ICMS 2. ICMS Third Edition is about to be published and will now include provision for both embodied and operational carbon accounting as well, which provides the framework for NRM 3 to incorporate full life-cycle costs with carbon accounting. First responders work for designated organisations and help identify and support potential victims of modern slavery. Several of the data tables published alongside this bulletin have been reformatted to reduce the number of tables whilst still providing the same data. Table 7 (Number of NRM referrals by UK country of responsible police force and age group) which was provided in previous updates has been removed as this information is available in table 2. Tables 16-26 provided in previous updates breaking down referrals received by police forces from England, Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland by nationality, exploitation type, first responder and age at exploitation have been removed. This information is now available in tables 3-8. The information previously provided in tables 11-13 breaking down referrals for each first responder is now provided in tables 10-12. In 2021, 2,053 county lines referrals were flagged, a 23% increase from last year. County lines referrals accounted for 16% of all referrals received in the year (data table 14). The majority (76%; 1,551) of these referrals were for male children.

The online referral should only be completed for adults when a member of staff from a designated first responder organisation suspects someone is a victim of modern slavery ( see section 8) and where the adult concerned has understood the implications of, and consented to, the referral. As of quarter 3 2021, several of the data tables published alongside this bulletin have been reformatted to reduce the number of tables whilst still providing the same data. Table 7 (number of NRM referrals by UK country of responsible police force and age group) which was provided in previous updates has been removed as this information is available in table 2. Tables 16 to 26 provided in previous updates (breaking down referrals received by police forces from England, Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland by nationality, exploitation type, first responder and age at exploitation) have been removed. This information is now available in tables 3 to 8. The information previously provided in tables 11 to 13 breaking down referrals for each first responder is now provided in tables 10 to 12. If you won’t have access to a computer when you interview a potential victim, you can print the NRM prompt sheet. You should also make it clear that information may be shared or sought by the relevant competent authority from other public authorities, such as the police and local authorities, to gather further evidence on an NRM referral. In 2021, the NRM received 12,727 referrals of potential victims of modern slavery. This represents a 20% increase in referrals compared to the preceding year (10,601). This year saw the highest number of referrals since the NRM began.

NRM 2021 publications

As of quarter 2 2022, the average time between referrals and conclusive grounds decisions has been split by the SCA and IECA. Due to this, table 21 (average number of days taken to make conclusive grounds decisions) in past releases has been split into an additional two tables for SCA and IECA times. Timeliness breakdowns are therefore provided as tables 21 to 23. Tables 22 to 25 in previous releases are provided as tables 24 to 27. in terms of first responders, most DtN reports were submitted by Home Office - UK Visas and Immigration UKVI (674; 58%), Metropolitan Police Service (76; 7%) and West Midlands Police (54; 5%) ( data table 27)

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