Human trafficking is where people are moved by force, fraud or deception for profit. It can affect anyone, of any age, gender or nationality. These people are then forced into modern slavery, including:
There is no typical victim of human trafficking or modern slavery. Some victims don’t understand they’re being exploited and many don’t speak English.
The person might:
To report human trafficking or modern slavery call the modern slavery helpline on 08000 121 700 or use their online form.
The Anti-Slavery Partnership (ASP) ASP aims to find and support victims of human trafficking and modern slavery, disrupt criminal activity and prosecute those responsible. It’s made up of people from the Keeping Bristol Safe Partnership, Avon and Somerset Police and Unseen.
For more information about the ASP email firstname.lastname@example.org.