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Further Information

Modern Slavery

Modern slavery can happen anywhere and to anyone who is vulnerable.

Modern slavery could be happening all around us but it is usually out of sight as it generally looks like quite normal activity.  We need to ensure that people can report any suspicions they have in a safe and confidential environment. If you want to report a suspicion that you think may be modern slavery related contact the Modern Slavery Helpline on 08000 121 700 or complete an on-line report  

The Modern Slavery Helpline will ask you information about the situation so that they can provide the information to the police. Your call will be dealt with confidentially and you do not need to tell them your name or any other details.

Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers to report a crime anonymously on 0800 555 111

Statutory guidance 

Modern slavery: how to identify and support victims (published 24 March 2020)

It Still Happens Here: Fighting UK Slavery in the 2020s produced in collaboration by Justice and Care and The Centre for Social Justice (July 2020)

Norfolk Anti-Slavery Network (NASN)

A multi-agency partnership that brings together statutory and non-statutory partners from across the county to tackle modern slavery and human trafficking.  The vision of the network is to enhance the response to modern slavery and human trafficking in Norfolk.

There is a dedicated website with lots more information on spotting the signs of exploitation, how to report and resources for professionals in the sector, business and the general public norfolkantislavery.org/

Awareness booklet and typology of modern slavery

Awareness booklet (October 2017)

A typology of modern slavery offences in the UK

Stopping modern slavery in business: graphics

Click here for some great social media graphics for business to raise awareness of modern slavery.

Slavery and human trafficking in supply chains: guidance for businesses

Statutory guidance for organisations on how to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in their business or supply chains. 

Click here to read more ... 

National Data

Click here for data published quarterly by HM Government from the National Reporting Mechanism