Human trafficking is the trade of people for exploitation and commercial gain. If you think someone has been trafficked, you can help make them safe.
- If you suspect human trafficking, call the police. Call 999 if it’s an emergency, or 101 if it’s not urgent.
- If you’d prefer to stay anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
- The Salvation Army’s 24 hour confidential helpline for reporting modern slavery on 0300 3038 151
- The Modern Day Slavery Foundation’s helpline on 0800 0121 700, open 24 hours a day
- the NSPCC’s helpline on 0808 8005 000 if you think a child is in danger of trafficking
- If you don’t want to call the police, you can talk to a charity anonymously.
Human Trafficking: https://www.unseenuk.org/modern-slavery/human-trafficking
Facts and Figures: https://www.unseenuk.org/modern-slavery/facts-and-figures
Modern Slavery Helpline
Spot the signs: https://www.modernslaveryhelpline.org/about/spot-the-signs