The purpose of this research is to highlight gaps in modern slavery victim support and access to justice for adults. First by developing a structured understanding on existing policies and legislation. Then, taking Hertfordshire as an example, understanding how national policies are implemented at a local level to determine the barriers to victims’ support and access to justice and promote existing recommendations by providing evidence of local capabilities in identifying and addressing victims’ needs.

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