Modern slavery

Report modern slavery, exploitation and human trafficking and find out about help and support for victims.

Modern Slavery describes all offenses previously described as human trafficking, slavery, forced labour, and domestic servitude.

Human trafficking is the movement or recruitment of people by deception or coercion with the purpose of exploiting them.

Modern slavery can take place in a number of ways:

  • Criminal exploitation
  • Domestic Servitude
  • Labour exploitation
  • Sexual exploitation

More information about modern slavery is available at GOV.UK.

If you have concerns that someone has been trafficked, call the Police on 101.

In an emergency call the Police on 999.

You can also call Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

There is an online modern slavery toolkit designed for frontline workers to help identify a potential case of trafficking and make a referral.