UKHTC

AcronymDefinition
UKHTCUnited Kingdom Human Trafficking Centre
UKHTCUnited Kingdom Hypnotherapy Training College (est. 1999)
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The National Crime Agency said: "The film was on the UKHTC website, sent to every police force and to child protection agencies."
The UKHTC's report said many Nigerian women trafficked for sexual exploitation said they were recruited when their parents died.
Currently, the UK Border Agency (UKBA) (soon to be replaced by a new organisation as the government announced in March) and the UK Human Trafficking Centre (UKHTC) make the decisions as to whether a person has actually been trafficked and whether to give that person a 'reflection' period of up to 45 days.
Generally, first responders refer to the UKHTC who, then, refer to the NRM if an individual's immigration status is questionable (ATMG, 2010).
In one instance the UKHTC had refused to pass on trafficking statistics to police.
David Dillnutt, head of the UKHTC, said: "Since 2009 My Dangerous Loverboy has been well used by frontline professionals, including police officers and child support workers, who are in a position to spot warning signs and help prevent child sexual exploitation taking place.
South Yorkshire Police and the UKHTC have also both expressed concern over South Wales Police's handling of the case.
The United Kingdom Human Trafficking Center (UKHTC) continued to serve as a multi-agency, centralized point for the development of expertise among governmental, inter-governmental and non-governmental stakeholders involved in anti-trafficking.
Nick Kinsella, head of the UKHTC, said they provided support to the operation throughout.
"The UKHTC has firm roots as a centre of expertise in the ongoing fight against human trafficking.
Nick Kinsella, head of the UKHTC said: "This is an excellent example of how human trafficking has become part of core policing business.
Human Trafficking Center (UKHTC), an entity under the Association of Chief Police Officers that will share trafficking intelligence with SOCA and develop training modules to help attorneys to more effectively prosecute traffickers.