Identifying and dealing with modern slavery and human trafficking presents numerous challenges to law enforcement agencies. Investigations are often complex and place a high demand on time and resources.
Victims often do not present themselves as such, through fear of safety for themselves and their families, as well as inherent mistrust of law enforcement agencies.
How can we help?
We help build the capacity of criminal justice practitioners to identify, disrupt, investigate and support victims in cases of modern slavery, human trafficking and migrant smuggling.
We work with police, prosecutors, judiciary, border control, customs and immigration, military and security agencies from across the world, including fragile and high-risk states.
Our international trainers and consultants develop and deliver bespoke courses to suit our client’s needs, with expertise including:
- The concepts and legal frameworks of trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants
- Ensuring a human right’s-based approach to investigations
- Developing multi-agency responses
- Covert and undercover policing
- Intelligence management
- Witness protection
- Illicit financial flows and complex fraud
- Conducting online investigations
- Social Intelligence (SOCINT) gathering
- Identifying and securing digital media
- Terrorism and trafficking in persons
- Trafficking in persons and armed conflict
- Identifying fraudulent documentation
- National and international coordination
We also develop and deliver train-the-trainer courses to ensure the sustainability of knowledge and reduce the burden on client resources.
“The training was very interactive, with classroom presentations, guest speakers, and mock investigations taking place ‘live-time’ across Anguilla. The courseware manuals were easily digestible and our trainer presented the course in a highly professional manner. Highly recommended.”
Paul Morrison OBE QPM, Commissioner Royal Anguilla Police Force