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Modern slavery transparency statement

Our statement on modern slavery details our actions in making sure there is no slavery or human trafficking in our own business or our supply chains.

This statement is for the financial year beginning the 1 April 2018 to meet the requirements of Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. 

As part of the public sector and a member of the Derby & Derbyshire Modern Slavery Partnership, we're committed to improving our practices to identify and combat this crime. We recognise our responsibility to take a strong approach to modern slavery and human trafficking as an employer, commissioner and contractor with other bodies; and acknowledge our duty to notify the Secretary of State of suspected victims of slavery or human trafficking as required by section 52 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

We're committed to preventing and taking action against identified slavery and human trafficking in our corporate activities, our supply chains and the wider community, and ensuring these are free from slavery and human trafficking.

The statement covers:

  • our activities
  • our employees
  • agency workers
  • services delivered on our behalf by third party organisations and in our supply chains.

The statement is attached to this page.