Internal policy on supporting victims of modern slavery

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

I am writing from Hope for Justice to request the following information pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act 2000. Hope for Justice, is an Anti-Slavery Charity that works in the UK and internationally to prevent exploitation, rescue victims, restore lives and reform society.

We would like to request:

What is the DWP's internal policies, procedure or guidance, on supporting victims of modern slavery?

Please provide a link and/or relevant extract of this policy, procedure or guidance.

Yours faithfully,

Hope for Justice

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