Help & Advice about Modern Slavery

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Victims of Modern Slavery

If think you are a victim of modern slavery or know someone who is, it is important that you report it.

If you are reporting a potential victim, do not attempt to let the victim know you have reported it or confront the traffickers. You need to ensure their safety and yours.

You can report modern slavery in the following ways:

Remember to always call 999 if you are in danger.

Frontline Staff Guidance 

Download the recently updated (March 2016) Government guidance on identifying Modern Slavery for Frontline Staff:

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Duty to Notify the Home Office of Potential Victims of Modern Slavery

From 1 November 2015, specified public authorities have a duty to notify the Secretary of State of any individual encountered in England and Wales who they believe is a suspected victim of slavery or human trafficking.  Please click on the link below for guidance including information that must be provided when reporting as set out in the Modern Slavery Act 2015

Find the Duty to Notify Guidance and Forms Here


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