365A. Slavery and trafficking prevention orders.

A slavery and trafficking prevention order1 is an order prohibiting a person ('the defendant') from doing anything described in the order2. The only prohibitions that may be included in the order are those which the court is satisfied are necessary for the purpose of protecting persons generally, or particular persons, from the physical or psychological harm which would be likely to occur if the defendant committed a slavery or human trafficking offence3. A slavery and trafficking prevention order may contain a prohibition on foreign travel4 and may, as well as imposing prohibitions on the defendant, require the defendant to provide his name and address5.

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