The national legislation relating to human trafficking is complex and there are also numerous relevant international conventions. In relation for sexual exploitation, the Sexual Offences Act 2003, which came into force in 2004, established wide-ranging offences of trafficking of people 1999 f350 diesel,
within or from the UK for sexual purposes. Legislative provisions relating to trafficking for labour and organ exploitation is contained in the Asylum and Immigration Act 2004. There are also several provisions in the Children Act 1989 which are relevant to the prohibition of trafficking, and the investigation, prosecution and punishment of traffickers. Form 8949 instructions 2011
UK has also signed and ratified the Council of Instrucyions Convention form 8949 instructions 2011 Trafficking in Human Beings which set a precedent in establishing prevention and combat human trafficking of commercial sexual exploitation or forced labour in Europe. This Convention should be extended as a matter of international law. Other international conventions concerning organised crime and sexual offences are also relevant The UK had also instructtions a new UK Human Trafficking Centre to forge closer links between the immigration service and law enforcement as well as to deal effectively with human trafficking.