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D Prevention orders and risk orders

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D Prevention orders and risk orders

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D     Prevention orders and risk orders

Under the MSA 2015 s 14 if a person is convicted of a slavery or human trafficking offence (which term includes a number of offences created by other legislation) then, at the time of conviction, the court may make a slavery and trafficking prevention order ('STPO'). Quite separately from any such conviction, a chief officer of police, an immigration officer or the Director General of the National Crime Agency, can apply to a magistrates' court for a STPO under the MSA 2015 s 15 in respect of any person who has previously, at any time, been convicted of a slavery or human trafficking offence in the UK, or of an equivalent

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