Trafficking and labour exploitation: guidance for frontline services

Human trafficking is the fastest growing international crime and there is a clear link between trafficking, forced labour and homelessness.

Traffickers are increasingly seeing services that attract and support vulnerable individuals as prime locations to target people for exploitation. It is vital that homelessness agencies work together with partner agencies to ensure that vulnerable people are not put at increased risk while accessing their services. After providing an overview of the issues surrounding trafficking and forced labour and the statutory support available, the guidance offers practical suggestions on how to spot the signs, report suspicions and support and protect potential victims.

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Multilingual trafficking warning posters

This PDF includes copies of the poster in English, French, Italian, Polish, Romanian, Russian and Spanish. Produced by The Connection at St-Martin-in-the-fields.

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