As Head of Operations and Development within the Modern Slavery Police Transformation Unit (MSPTU), Detective Chief Inspector Jennifer Bristow leads in activities that identify, develop and promote best practice, and in uplifting forces’ strategic and tactical responses to Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking. She is responsible for a What Works Team, the National Referral Mechanism Triage Team, Training Team and Modern Slavery Regional coordinators based in each of the Regional Organised Crime Units. Jenny brings to the MSPTU a strong background in crime investigation. As senior investigating officer on Operation Endeavour, Jenny secured convictions through a multi-agency investigation into the exploitation of migrant workers in rural Cambridgeshire. Jenny was also senior investigating officer for Operation Mustily, a 2015 NCA coordinated modern slavery investigation across seven police forces, and led a national multi-agency day of action which secured Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s first ever conviction for human trafficking. Jenny was seconded to HMICFRS as an associate inspector to design and deliver the early 2017 modern slavery thematic inspection, before joining the MSPTU on secondment from Cambridgeshire Police in April 2017.