The seminar deals with international, national, regional, and domestic modern slavery profiles and links to other areas of criminality or crime types. Environmental & personal factors most associated with Modern Slavery and circumstances or locations where Modern Slavery is more likely to occur will be discussed.
The roles of law enforcement, other statutory agencies, commercial organisations, and charities in supporting modern slavery investigations & supporting victims will be presented as well as appropriate skills and investigative tactics which can be utilised to support victims and progress modern slavery investigations including Financial, Cyber & International enquiries.
The seminar will be delivered through a range of presentations, case studies, audio/video presentations, guest speakers and group activities to explore the content.
Seminar number: 23/34 E
Start: 04.09.2023 at 10:45 a.m.
End: 08.09.2023 at 3:00 p.m.
Venue: IBZ Schloss Gimborn, 51709 Marienheide, Germany
Course fees IPA: 360,00 €
Course fees non-IPA: 490,00 €
Jacqueline Droz Hinzmann