The UK’s Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner has today launched a call for evidence to identify models of good practice for multi-agency decision making. If you’re a frontline professional with experience of multi-agency working, we want to hear from you!

The evidence call is not limited to decision making around trafficking and modern slavery - we are looking for the widest range of examples across existing frameworks for safeguarding adults and children. You can tell us about a form of multi-agency decision making that you are involved with or one that you have identified as an example of good practice. 

The information you provide will be used to inform a piece of work being undertaken by ECPAT UK and the Anti-Slavery Commissioner’s office to understand what works, and ultimately, to improve safeguarding and support for vulnerable people across the UK.

This survey is running from Tuesday, 14th April until Friday, 1st May. 

Click here to take part