The Modern Day Slavery Act (31 July 2015)
The new act came into force on the 31st July 2015 replacing the human trafficking legislation. Modern day slavery comes in many forms, however if it involves a child then it is abuse and must be acted upon. The case of Ilyas and Tallat Ashar in Salford brings this close to home.
Please find the One Minute Guide to Modern Day Slavery.
Human Trafficking 7 Minute Guide
Trafficked Children Basic Awareness (PDF, 291KB)
Pan Cheshire Trafficking Strategy 2016-2019 (PDF, 1.35MB)
Pan Cheshire Children Trafficking Protocol 2017-2019 (PDF, 2.62MB)
Duty to Notify the Home Office of Potential Victims of Modern Slavery (PDF, 90KB)
Modern Slavery Resources (PDF, 192KB)
Other informative sites are:
Cheshire Anti-Slavery Network
Actively engage within Cheshire to prevent Modern Slavery and Trafficking.
If you are concerned that a child may be subject to any form of modern day slavery then telephone ChECS on 0300 123 5012 (option 3) or call the police.