Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) Guidance on Trafficking Typologies

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) guidance on Human Trafficking, Smuggling and Slavery provides guidance on trafficking and exploitation typologies, particularly involving children,  which are complex and may include:

  • domestic servitude;
  • labour exploitation;
  • criminal activity (e.g. cannabis cultivation, petty street crime, illegal street trade, etc.);
  • sexual exploitation (brothels, closed community, for child abuse images);
  • application of residence;
  • benefit fraud;
  • forced begging;
  • illegal adoption; and
  • sham marriage.

For the detailed Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) on Human Trafficking, Smuggling and Slavery, read here. 

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