First Responder Volunteer

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The Salvation Army Anti-Trafficking & Modern Slavery Department

Providing support to adult survivors of modern slavery

Description: To act as a Volunteer First Responder completing NRM interviews with potential victims of Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking. NRM interviews are the first step in a victim’s journey of recovery, enabling access to their support entitlements.

Location: Interviews are completed via mobile phone or face to face as required within London or Hertfordshire.

Accountable to: Anti-Trafficking Response Coordinators

Background: The Salvation Army is a first responder organisation, authorised by the UK Government to refer potential victims of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking into the National Referral Mechanism (NRM). Volunteer First Responders are involved in interviewing potential victims, gathering information in order to understand what has happened and referring them into the NRM via an online process.

What you will do:

• Arrange and carry out telephone or face to face interviews in a confidential & safe environment
• Complete and submit relevant paperwork
• Respond to any follow up work as requested from the Anti-Trafficking Response Coordinator or on occasions by third parties ensuring GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) are followed at all times
• Lone working with continual support from the Anti-Trafficking Response Coordinators
• Travel to face to face interviews if required

Hours per week: Between 3 and 5 hours

Tagged as: Supporting / Advising, Telephone Work

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