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Dealing with human trafficking

Human trafficking is the trade of people mostly for the purpose of sexual slavery, forced labour or prostitution.

It can be incredible difficult to detect human trafficking and if a victim does come forward, their needs are often complex and require the involvement of many services, including:

  • A&E for emergency medical treatment

  • emergency shelter

  • social services

  • employment advice

  • legal representation through legal aid

  • counselling

If you suspect that someone is a victim of trafficking, you must contact the police on 101 or 999 for an emergency situation.

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