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<p>Victims of human trafficking or modern slavery are regarded as vulnerable in the terms of the Home Office’s adults at risk in immigration detention policy. This means that such individuals will be detained for the purpose of removal from the UK, or their detention continued, only when the evidence of their vulnerability is outweighed by the immigration considerations likely date of removal, compliance with immigration law and public protection in their particular case.</p><p>Additionally, in cases in which it has been found that there are reasonable grounds to believe that an individual may be a victim of trafficking or modern slavery, the appropriateness of their being detained, or of their detention continuing, is governed by the Home Office’s modern slavery policy. This means that such individuals will not be detained, unless there are public order considerations that justify their detention.</p>
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