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SIPPS and Trauma Informed Practice Duration: 1 Day Trainer: Craig Barlow 

This Course introduces a key SIPPS concept that is the dynamics of the abusive relationship and trauma in the context of Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery, Servitude and Exploitation. 
Aim 
To describe and explain the psychological impact of trafficking and modern slavery in order to inform Investigative and Prosecutorial strategies and safety planning. 
 
Objectives 
Understand how the process of trafficking in persons affects the physical and mental health of its victim; 
• Recognise the nature of health problems suffered by a victim as a result of exploitation; 
• Understand how impaired health of a victim may affect investigation and 
prosecution of the crime of trafficking in persons; 
• Determine appropriate strategies to be adopted by criminal justice practitioners to enable 
a victim to assist the criminal justice process. 
• Develop Safety plans the reduce the risk of re-victimisation 
09:00 
Registration 
09:30 
Trauma Theory and its aApplication to Different Contexts of Abuse and Exploitation 
11:00 
Break 
11:20 
Victimology – Predisposing Vulnerabilities and Implications for Intervention and Safeguarding 
12:45 
Lunch 
13:30 
Offender Behaviour and Traumatic Impact Upon Victims 
15:00 
Break 
15:20 
Traumagenic Dynamics of Trafficking and Modern Slavery; 
Implications for Practice 
16:30 
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