Stop Modern Slavery Together We Can

We can all play a part in stopping modern slavery, however large or small. How can you help?

Start by looking out for signs of Modern Slavery and reporting it.

Seek Help and report concerns

 If  you need help, advice or information about any modern slavery issue you can

contact the modern slavery helpline confidentially, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year

0800 012 1700


Make an online report

 If it's an emergency always call 999

 For non emergencies call 101

 Or you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111

Spot the Signs

Be aware that slavery may exist in your neighbourhood, in your business, in your community, and in your county. Those trapped within slavery may attend the same school as your children, they may be cooking your food at the local restaurant, they may be painting your nails at the local nail bar, or they may be packing the fruit you eat. It is everyone's responsibility to look for slavery and report any suspicions or incidents – working together, we can stop it happening.

Physical Appearance

Some slaves are physically abused as a means of control, so could have regular bruising and injuries Appears malnourished May wear the same clothes every day and these could be dirty and unsuitable for the weather or their work

Restricted movements

Collected or dropped off to work at very unusual times to avoid being seen by members of the public Not allowed to travel on their own Unfamiliar with their neighbourhood or where they work Is not in control of his/her own identification documents (ID or passport)

Reluctance to talk

Avoids eye contact Is fearful, anxious, depressed, submissive, tense, or nervous/paranoid Look to a third party to answer for them

You can learn more about how to spot the signs of modern slavery at these websites

Stop The Traffik Modern Slavery UK