The National Referral Mechanism is a process set up by the Government to identify and support victims of trafficking in the UK. See the latest statistics for children (and adults) who have been referred as suspected victims of human trafficking:
NRM Statistical Data April to June 2013
- NRM Statistical Data October to December 2012
- NRM Statistical Data July to September 2012
- NRM Statistical Data April to June 2012
- NRM Statistical Data July to Sept 2011- NRM Statistical Data April 2009 to June 2011
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