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Apppendix A

Shown in Table A1 is a list of indicators or data items collected or proposed for collection in the nine data collections described in the section on international data collection and monitoring. The purpose of the Table is to demonstrate both the variability in the types of indicators selected for inclusion, as well as to highlight those indicators that are uniformly included across the data collections. A tick indicates the variable is included in specific data collections.

Table A1 Comparison of indicator themes collected or proposed for collection in selected human trafficking and slavery data collections
Victim pre-departure information
Economic status
Motive to migrate
Incident
Method of recruitment
Country of recruitment
Travel route a a
Duration of transportation
Means of transportation
Use of (fraudulent) documents
Harbouring
Place of harbouring
Type of exploitation
Location of exploitation
Duration of exploitation
Sector of exploitation
Means of control
Seizure of documents
Use of violence or threat
Debt bondage
Restrictions on movement
Means of exit
Relationship victim and offender
Number known victims
Number known suspects
Victim
Gender
Age
Country of birth
Country of origin
Citizenship
Ethnicity
Location/place of residence
Marital status
Children
Education
Socioeconomic status
Employment status at time of recruitment
Legal status
Criminal record
Revictimisation status
Offender
Gender
Age
Country of birth
Citizenship
Ethnicity
Country of residence
Education
Occupation
Criminal record
Prior status as victim
Legal status
Member of organised crime group
Role in trafficking event
Number of victims involved
Response
Number of investigations
Lead investigating agency
Manner of contact
Other offences identified
Arrests
Number charged b
Charges at arrest
Prosecutions
Outcome
Conviction
Sentence
Conviction appealed
Outcome of appeal
Sentence (at appeal)
Victim participation with law enforcement
Victim participation in prosecution
Received protection
First assistance referral
Assistance received
Type of assistance
Assistance received for repatriation
Previously received assistance
Victims refused assistance
Victims declined assistance
Victims accepted assistance
Residency status/visa arrangements
Victim compensation
Repatriation status

a: Domestic, regional or transnational trafficking

b: Number of offences recorded/Most serious offence

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