Investigating Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery virtual CPD conference 24-25 February 2021
UK Anti-Slavery Commissioner Dame Sara Thornton and Chief Constable Simon Bailey, national lead for the NCA/NPCC Tackling Organised Exploitation (TOEX) project to directly address investigators at our exclusive online event.
By: The Investigator
A prestigious line-up of practitioners will provide best practice around the prevention, detection, investigation and prosecution of human trafficking and modern slavery offences and the identification of victims.
The headline sponsor for the event is JTOL, partnering with the TellFinder Alliance, a global network of law enforcement, technology, research, and non-profit partners advancing technology to combat human trafficking.
Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery: a priority for all investigators
The Investigator is delighted to invite you to our two-day virtual conference to explore latest thinking around the investigation of Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery.
Aimed at all investigators, our conference will provide a vital forum for debate and networking to help broaden and deepen your understanding of this complex and challenging area.
Every day across the world, people are falling victim to human trafficking and modern slavery, causing harm to individuals, destabilising communities, and fuelling serious and organised crime.
These offences are often difficult to detect and investigate as they are multi-faceted and complex, involving multiple suspects, victims and offenders from different countries and jurisdictions.
There is often a fine line between a person's status as a victim and an offender which can be complex and challenging for investigators, especially when child victims are involved.
Who Should Attend?
The event is aimed at operational investigators of al ranks and roles from forces, ROCUs, specialist teams as well as other law enforcement organisations who want to broaden their knowledge and understanding of this complex area and carry out effective investigations.
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