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Home Affairs Committee
Inquiry launched on Wednesday 18 July 2018. Oral evidence ongoing.
The Home Affairs Committee has agreed to undertake an inquiry looking at what progress has been made in the three years since the Modern Slavery Act came into force and what more remains to be done.
Evidence given by Mark Burns-Williamson OBE, Police and Crime Commissioner, West Yorkshire and Chair, National Anti-Trafficking and Modern Slavery Network, Rob Jones, Lead on Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking, National Crime Agency, Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer, Devon and Cornwall Police and Lead for Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking, National Police Chiefs Council, Baljit Ubhey, Director of Prosecution Policy and Inclusion, Crown Prosecution ServiceVictoria Marks, Director, Anti-Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit, James Robottom, Barrister, 7 Bedford Row, Philippa Southwell, Consultant Solicitor - Advocate, Birds Solicitors, Nusrat Uddin, Solicitor, Wilson Solicitors LLP
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Home Affairs Committee hears from the police, CPS and legal experts on response to modern slavery and human trafficking