Modern slavery is a serious crime in which individuals are exploited for little or no pay. Exploitation includes, but is not limited to, sexual exploitation, forced or bonded labour, forced criminality, domestic servitude and the removal of organs.
The Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner demands a consistent response across the UK in order to ensure that victims are properly supported and those who offend are pursued and prosecuted accordingly. The Commissioner works with law enforcement agencies, charities, faith groups, businesses, international organisations and government agencies.
Fantastic conversation about effective prevention strategies to combat #humantrafficking with @USAmbUK Johnson and UK anti-trafficking leaders. Inspiring! #endtrafficking #endhumantrafficking pic.twitter.com/K1YHfNUurD
As a bank worker, do you know the signs of modern slavery? 1. Little clarity over personal earnings 2. Pre-signed paperwork in different handwriting 3. Controlling exploiter, posing as a relative or translator Report suspicions to @MSHelpline. #EndModernSlavery pic.twitter.com/KHTNyvs6jL
Great to host the Eastern Region Anti-Slavery Partnership Conference with @_ERSOU a collaborative multi agency event @IWMDuxford with so many organisations @policingslavery @UKAntiSlavery @WestMidsASN @rightsbeacon @PCCCambs @EnvAgency @DWP @foodgov @NHSuk @ukhomeoffice pic.twitter.com/Zm8k7gqz4R
Great to speak with @UKAntiSlavery at the first Eastern Region Anti-Slavery Partnership Conference at @IWDuxford about the importance of multi-agency partnerships in tackling #modernslavery pic.twitter.com/M227AKS0ly