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Modern Slavery a scourge of our time

Alert message sent 25/06/2020 18:07:00

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Signs to spot:
Slavery in the 21st century is often enforced by threats to the individual, coercion, abduction,
fraud and deception. Victims range from men and women to children, they can be of all ages
and backgrounds.
There are a number of signs that may indicate someone is the victim of slavery which include:
• Abuse or malnourishment
• Appears to be under the influence of others
• No access to identification documents
• Living in overcrowded accommodation

Visit crimestoppers-uk.org/modern-slavery for more information on the different types of
slavery and other possible signs.

To pass on your suspicions or information:
Contact independent charity Crimestoppers
on 0800 555 111 or online via crimestoppers-uk.org
Give information 100% anonymously in your own language regarding perpetrators of
slavery, labour exploitation and other crimes.
Gangmasters & Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA): 0800 432 0804 or online at
gla.gov.uk/report-issues
Give information regarding mistreatment of workers, labour providers operating without a
licence or businesses.
The Salvation Army: Confidential referral helpline 0800 808 3733 is available 24/7.
For advice and support regarding suspicions or concerns about getting help to adult victims of
modern slavery..

Please circulate to your colleagues, friend and families to spread the word.
Message sent by
Terry Rickards (NHWN, Administrator, Adur / Worthing)

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