IASC Rapid evidence assessment: Multi-agency decision making


Rapid evidence assessment

The Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner has launched a rapid evidence assessment to identify models of good practice for multi-agency decision making. This is not limited to modern slavery – we are looking for the widest range of examples across existing frameworks for safeguarding adults and children.

This can be a model that you are involved with or one that you have identified as an example of good practice.

This information will be used to inform a piece of work being undertaken by the Office of the IASC and ECPAT UK to draw knowledge about what works in existing multi-agency decision making frameworks.


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For further information or queries, please contact April McCoig, IASC Victims and Partnership Lead: april.mccoig@iasc.independent.gov.uk



The call for evidence has now closed.