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Where guidance/advice is required, consult your Local Child Trafficking Lead or NSPCC Child Trafficking Advice Information Line. Concern a child may be trafficked – refer to Safeguarding Trafficked Children guidance. Concern a child may be trafficked, and has been harmed or is

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Flowchart safeguarding responses where a child may be trafficked

Where guidance/advice is required,

consult your Local Child Trafficking Lead

or NSPCC Child Trafficking Advice

Information Line

Concern a child may be

trafficked – refer to

Safeguarding Trafficked

Children guidance

Concern a child may be

trafficked, and has

been harmed or is

at immediate

risk of harm

(Risk Assessment Matrix)

Where guidance is needed, consult local Child Trafficking Lead

Complete

Risk Assessment

Matrix

Immediate referral to

Children Social Care

or Police

with a completed

Risk Assessment

Matrix

Trafficking concerns remain –

referral to Children Social Care

with completed Risk

Assessment Matrix

Children Social Care

Initial Assessment

No indicators of

child trafficking

Sufficient

indicators

of child

trafficking

Flowchart – Safeguarding Responses Where A Child May Be Trafficked

OUTCOME:

NFA or referral

to CAF

Children Social Care undertake:

*S47 (where appropriate)

* Trafficking assessment

* Core assessment

OUTCOME:

Child likely to

have been

trafficked – referral to

UKHTC

OUTCOME:

Child unlikely to

be trafficked

Children Social Care

progresses care planning

in accordance with

assessed needs/risks of child

London Safeguarding Children Board - Safeguarding Trafficked Children Toolkit 2009 available online


Flowchart safeguarding responses where a child may be trafficked

UKHTC receives referral from

Children Social Care

or other authorised referrers.

Consideration of referral

Contact key agencies for

information during

consideration process.

If asylum claim made, UKHTC

will liaise with UK Border Agency.

Where appropriate, asylum will

be considered in parallel

Flowchart – National Referral Mechanism – Referrals to UK Human Trafficking Centre

Reasonable Grounds Decision

NO

No appeal mechanism.

Decision letter sent

to referrer

YES

Two way information flow

between UKHTC and

Children Social Care

45 Day recovery and

reflection period

Conclusive Decision

NO

No appeal mechanism. Where

relevant, immigration

process continues

YES

Residence Permit

(dependent on best interests,

cooperation with police)

No residence permit

Relevant immigration process

continues or Assisted

Voluntary Return

if in best interests.


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