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National Referral Mechanism Statistics,Further Information. This statistical bulletin gives a summary of the number of potential victims of modern. slavery referred into the National Referral Mechanism NRM from the 1 April to 30 June. 2019 Quarter 2, Data presented in this publication were previously published by the National Crime Agency. NCA prior to transfer of NRM decision making responsibilities to the Home Office Single. Competent Authority SCA in April 2019 as part of the NRM Reform Programme. Previous publications can be accessed via the NCA website With this transfer of. responsibility these data are now designated as official statistics and produced in line with. the Code of Practice for Statistics, The NRM statistics publication and other Home Office statistical releases are available. from the Statistics at Home Office pages on the GOV UK website. The dates of forthcoming publications are pre announced and can be found via the. GOV UK statistical release calendar, Enquiries regarding this publication should be sent to us at. NRMStatistics homeoffice gov uk,Home Office Responsible Statistician.
John Flatley Programme Director of Crime and Policing Statistics. Contact via CrimeandPoliceStats homeoffice gov uk, This statistical bulletin is produced to the highest professional standards and is free from. political interference It has been produced by statisticians working in the Crime and. Policing Analysis Unit in accordance with the Home Office s Statement of compliance with. the Code of Practice for Official Statistics which covers Home Office policy on revisions. and other matters The Chief Statistician as Head of Profession reports to the National. Statistician with respect to all professional statistical matters and oversees all Home Office. National Statistics products with respect to the Code being responsible for their timing. content and methodology,National Referral Mechanism Statistics. List of figures 3,Introduction 4,Data presentation 4. Consultation on future NRM statistical publications 5. Key statistics 6,National Referral Mechanism Statistics 7. Exploitation type 8,Nationality of NRM referrals 9.
Location of crime investigation 10,Referring agencies 10. National Referral Mechanism Statistics,List of figures. Figure 1 Number of NRM referrals per quarter 7, Figure 2 Competent authorities handling NRM referrals 8. Figure 3 Number of NRM cases by claimed exploitation type exploited as adults or. Figure 4 Number of NRM referrals for the most common nationalities of potential victims. UK Albania Vietnam China and Eritrea account for 64 of referrals 10. National Referral Mechanism Statistics,Introduction. Potential victims of modern slavery in the UK that come to the attention of authorised first. responder organisations are referred to the National Referral Mechanism NRM. Authorised first responder organisations include local authorities specified non. governmental organisations NGOs police forces and specified government agencies. Adults aged 18 or above must consent to being referred to the NRM whilst minors under. the age of 18 do not need to give consent to be referred NRM referrals can also be made. for individuals who are adults but were exploited as minors. Once referred to the NRM the Single Competent Authority SCA within the Home Office. is responsible for making a reasonable grounds decision on whether or not an individual. could be a victim of modern slavery Adults who are given a positive reasonable grounds. decision have access to support including accommodation subsistence legal aid and. counselling until a conclusive grounds decision on their case is made Minors are. supported by local authorities Adults with a positive conclusive grounds decision are. currently entitled to a further 45 days of support to allow them to move on from NRM. support whilst those with a negative decision receive 9 days of support Several. improvements to the NRM have been committed to as part of the NRM Reform. Programme and are in the process of being implemented. Further information regarding the NRM process can be found here. Data presentation, Data tables supporting this publication are available at.
https www gov uk government statistics national referral mechanism statistics quarter 2. 2019 april to june, All percentages are rounded to the nearest whole percentage point. It is important to note that the statistics presented in this publication relate to the number of. potential victims of modern slavery that have been referred to the NRM. The statistics provided are taken from a live management information system and based. on the situation as at 12 July 2019 when an extract was taken from the system The NRM. data used in this report are subject to change and should be considered as provisional. as not all cases will have been concluded The figures presented here may differ from. previous or future reports as new information comes to light and cases are updated. accordingly, Police force data provided in associated reference tables are based on the location of the. police force that received the NRM referral Each referral is screened against the criteria. National Referral Mechanism Statistics, below to identify the responsible geographic police force Once identified the referral is. transmitted within one working day to the relevant Force Intelligence Bureau or stipulated. point of receipt within the force for action, Criteria applied to identify the relevant police force. The force has acted as first responder or the referral indicates that the force is. already involved in the recording investigation of the potential modern slavery human. trafficking offences or, the potential victim has been exploited within the force area or.
the potential victim has been exploited abroad or at an unknown location and the. victim s address at time of referral is within the force area or. the potential victim has been exploited abroad or at an unknown location and they. have presented to another first responder within the force area. Consultation on future NRM statistical publications. As part of the NRM Reform Programme a new digital case management system for the. NRM is set to be introduced in autumn 2019 As such the format of future NRM data and. associated publications is subject to change to adapt to the new digital case management. system Additionally following the transfer of the responsibility for publishing the NRM. statistics from the NCA to the Home Office we are looking to gather views and opinions on. how the publication of future NRM statistics could be improved and adapted to best meet. user needs Interested parties can register their interest in this consultation by emailing. NRMStatistics homeoffice gov uk,National Referral Mechanism Statistics. Key statistics, Between 1 April and 30 June 2019 2 320 potential victims of modern slavery were. referred to the NRM an 8 increase from the previous quarter and a 40 increase. from the same quarter in 2018, The 2 320 potential victims were of 84 different nationalities with individuals from the. UK Albania and Vietnam being the three most common nationalities referred. Around 6 in 10 1 336 of referrals were for individuals who claimed they were. exploited as adults with the remainder 984 claiming they were exploited as minors. The most common type of exploitation for both adults and minors was labour This. category includes criminal exploitation, 622 of the potential victims referred during this period claimed that the exploitation. took place overseas only whilst 1 419 claimed that it occurred in the UK A small. number 146 were referred for exploitation in both the UK and overseas whilst 133. had no location of exploitation identified, Around 9 in 10 2 102 referrals were transferred to police forces in England for.
investigation Police Scotland received 106 referrals 85 were received by Welsh. police forces and the Police Service of Northern Ireland received 27 referrals. National Referral Mechanism Statistics,National Referral Mechanism Statistics. In the second quarter of 2019 1 April to 30 June the NRM received 2 320 referrals of. potential victims of modern slavery This represents an 8 increase in referrals compared. with the previous quarter of 20191 1 January to 31 March and a 40 increase from the. same quarter 1 April to 30 June 2018 the previous year This continues the upward trend. in referrals since the third quarter of 2016 Figure 1 reference Table 1 which is thought to. be a result of increased awareness of the NRM process. The majority 1 419 of individuals referred to the NRM claimed they were exploited in the. UK only whilst 27 622 claimed to have been exploited overseas only reference Table. Number of referrals to NRM, Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2. 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019,Figure 1 Number of NRM referrals per quarter. As reported in the previous quarterly publication by the NCA National Referral Mechanism. Statistics Quarter 1 2019 January to March 2019 the new Single Competent Authority. SCA within the Home Office was established to handle all NRM referrals from 29 April. 2019 onwards From this date the SCA replaced the competent authorities in the NCA. Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Unit UK Visas and Immigration UKVI and. Immigration Enforcement As such of the 2 320 referrals received in the second quarter of. 2019 the majority 1 801 were dealt with by the SCA Figure 2 reference Table 3. 1 Values may differ slightly from previous publications due to the identification of duplicate referrals. National Referral Mechanism Statistics,MSHTU SCA Hosted. referrals in,Q2 2019 SCA, Figure 2 Competent authorities handling NRM referrals2.
Exploitation type, Of the 2 320 individuals referred to the NRM 1 in 3 757 were female and 2 in 3 1 562. male 3 There were no referrals of transgender individuals this quarter Around 6 in 10. 1 336 of the referrals were for individuals who claimed they were exploited as adults with. the remainder 984 claiming they had been exploited as minors reference Table 4. In terms of exploitation type as in the previous quarter the most common form of. exploitation for both adults and minors was labour Figure 3 reference Table 4 Further. information on types of exploitation can be found here 4 The increase in the number of. referrals overall from the previous quarter of 2019 was driven by an increase in labour. exploitation For those exploited as minors this was thought to be driven by an increase in. county lines 5 cases, 2 MSHTU Modern Slavery Human Trafficking Unit SCA Single Competent Authority UKVI United. Kingdom Visas and Immigration SCA Hosted refers to cases which were transferred from MSHTU to the. SCA Shadow team for reasonable grounds decision making before being returned to MSHTU for the. conclusive grounds decision UKVI includes immigration enforcement referrals. 3 One referral did not have a gender recorded, 4 Note that for NRM purposes criminal exploitation is included in the labour exploitation category. 5 County lines is used to describe drug gangs in large cities expanding their reach to small towns In many. cases vulnerable individuals are exploited to transport substances and mobile phone lines are used to. communicate drug orders Further information https www nationalcrimeagency gov uk what we. do crime threats drug trafficking county lines,National Referral Mechanism Statistics. Q1 2019 Q2 2019,Number of referrals,Adult Adult Adult Adult Minor Minor Minor Minor.
Domestic Labour Sexual Unknown Domestic Labour Sexual Unknown. Servitude Exploitation Exploitation Exploitation Servitude Exploitation Exploitation Exploitation. Claimed exploitation type age at exploitation, Figure 3 Number of NRM cases by claimed exploitation type exploited as adults or. Nationality of NRM referrals, The potential victims of modern slavery were reported to be of 84 different nationalities 6. The most common nationality of all referrals was UK nationals which accounted for 28. 658 of referrals Figure 4 and reference Tables 5 to 7. 6 One individual did not have their nationality recorded and the nationalities of 10 individuals were classed. as unknown,National Referral Mechanism Statistics,Domestic Servitude Labour Exploitation. 600 Sexual Exploitation Unknown Exploitation,Number of referrals. United Albania Vietnam China Eritrea,Kingdom Country of nationality.
Figure 4 Number of NRM referrals for the most common nationalities of potential. victims UK Albania Vietnam China and Eritrea account for 64 of referrals. Location of crime investigation, Most 91 of the 2 320 NRM referrals were sent to police forces in England 2 102. referrals 5 106 were sent to Police Scotland 4 85 to police forces in Wales and. 1 27 to the Police Service of Northern Ireland reference Table 8. The data presented in reference Table 9 summarise the police force to which the NRM. referral passed to support the investigation of criminal activity as appropriate based on the. criteria outlined on page 5 of this bulletin Almost a third 697 were sent to the. Metropolitan Police Service,Referring agencies, Most referrals into the NRM came from government agencies which accounted for 41. 959 of all referrals Of the government agency referrals most came from UKVI 685 and. Home Office Immigration Enforcement 235 Police accounted for 26 593 of NRM. referrals NGO third sector organisations accounted for 10 242 and local authorities for. 23 526 the majority of which were for minors See reference Tables 10 to 15 18 21. Statistical Bulletins are prepared by staff in Home Office Statistics under the National. Statistics Code of Practice and can be downloaded from GOV UK. www gov uk government organisations home office about statistics. ISBN 978 1 78655 882 4,ISSN 1759 7005,Crown copyright 2019. This publication is licensed under the terms of the Open Government. Licence v3 0 except where otherwise stated To view this licence visit. nationalarchives gov uk doc open government licence version 3 or write. to the Information Policy Team The National Archives Kew London. TW9 4DU or email psi nationalarchives gsi gov uk, Where we have identified any third party copyright information you will. need to obtain permission from the copyright holders concerned.


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