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GLAA & Crimestoppers Join forces

Independent charity Crimestoppers is working with The Gangmasters & Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) to raise awareness of the different strands of Modern Day Slavery and Labour Exploitation. 

Through this campaign it is anticipated that more information will be gathered by the authority, which will enable them to protect, prevent and reduce victims of this crime. This e-newsletter highlights the different strands of Modern Day Slavery and Labour Exploitation and the signs to be aware of, as well as the different reporting opportunities available to those with information.

This includes Crimestoppers which is a registered UK charity, providing an anonymous telephone line which offers a translation service in any language or an online form, all available twenty four hours a day, seven days a week – and both of which are 100% anonymous.

Modern Slavery is an international crime that affects an estimated 29.8 million slaves around the world. It is estimated there are 13,000 people held in slavery in the UK today. In 2015 there were 3,266 potential victims identified and referred to the National Crime Agency. 

Modern Slavery takes a number of forms including sexual exploitation and forced labour. Often the person is forced or compelled to work and they are often controlled by an 'employer', usually through mental or physical abuse or the threat of abuse. Signs that someone might be a victim of modern slavery include:

  • Show signs of injury, abuse and malnourishment 
  • Look unkempt, often in the same clothing and have poor hygiene
  • Be under the control and influence of others
  • Live in cramped, dirty, overcrowded accommodation
  • Have no access or control of their passport or identity documents
  • Appear scared, avoid eye contact, and be untrusting
  • Be collected very early and/or returned late at night on a regular basis
  • May have inappropriate clothing for the work they are performing, and/or a lack of safety equipment
  • May be isolated from the local community and their family

It can include victims that have been brought from overseas, and vulnerable people in the UK, being forced to illegally work against their will in many different sectors, including brothels, nail bars, factories and agricultur

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Source; https://crimestoppers-uk.org
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