Hope for Justice believes in multi-agency working and is keen to work with and train law enforcement, medical professionals, social services, community outreach programmes and other frontline agencies and organisations to tackle the issue of modern slavery.
We actively support professionals by offering training on:
– What is modern slavery? What is human trafficking?
– Spotting the signs & reporting trafficking
– Legal framework for supporting victims
– Public authority obligations
– Victims’ rights
– Working with potential victims of trafficking
– Modern Slavery Act 2015
– National Referral Mechanism and MS1 reporting
– The Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA)
The value of training
We believe that by equipping people who are specialists in their own field with relevant, comprehensive and practical guidance we can increase the number of victims identified and improve the response and help offered by organisations like yours.
A history of success
Hope for Justice has experience of training staff from a variety of frontline agencies including the police, homeless shelters, social services, teachers, community-based outreach programs and asylum charities. Crucially this leads to increases in referrals and rescues, and improves the standard of care provided to victims.
With our in-house training teams, we can deliver training to a growing audience, informed by our frontline work, our investigations and our long experience. Training is available in the UK, USA and Norway. Just contact us using the details above or click below.
Reporting in the UK:
Contact Hope for Justice on 0300 008 8000 (local rate call) or email firstname.lastname@example.org to report a concern. Hope for Justice’s helpline is open during office hours only; if you cannot reach us, we advise that you call Crimestoppers (anonymously) on 0800 555 111.
Reporting in the US:
Contact Hope for Justice on (615) 356-0946 or email email@example.com to report a concern.
IMPORTANT: If you have reason to believe a person is
in immediate danger you should call the police first.