Modern Slavery and Exploitation Helpline

The Modern Slavery Helpline provides victims, the public, statutory agencies and businesses access to information and support on a 24/7 basis.

Through the Helpline:

  • Members of the public and those delivering services on the front-line can also report any modern slavery suspicions or concerns about individuals, premises or locations,
  • Potential victims are able to speak to fully-trained Helpline Advisors who can help them access relevant services, including Government-funded support through the National Referral Mechanism

The Helpline, based in Bedfordshire, commenced operations in October 2016. To ensure it provides the services potential callers want, we are working closely with a range of diverse stakeholders, including law enforcement agencies, non-governmental organisations, businesses, media and faith organisations. Our advisory board will allow stakeholders to feed in their expertise, and our long-term communications strategy will continue to raise awareness for the Helpline, ensuring its benefits are maximised.

If you would rather get in contact online, learn more about the Helpline or report suspicions online, please use the following link:

To report online via the Modern Slavery Helpline please click here

Page updated 28/09/2020 - Christopher Geneux

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