The confidential helpline works with victims and provide information, support, and advice.
Information on how to identify human trafficking, get confidentail advice and report anonymously.
Help and support for victims of human trafficking and modern slavery, being brought to Northern Ireland by force or pretence.
The Foundation has worked to map support services for survivors of trafficking in the UK. It details the different types of support available, criteria for accessing services and contact details.
By reporting crime you are helping to keep your community safer.If you have been a witness or a victim of a crime you can report it to the PSNI.
We offer our vulnerable migrants the advice and support they need to feel safe and lead successful lives in the UK. Support also provided to victims or suspected slavery and human trafficking.
Preventing worker exploitation, protecting vulnerable works, and tackling unlicensed/criminal work gangs,, and ensuring those licensed operate within the law.
Saving people from Modern Slavery in the UK. Helpline open Wed 10am-2pm, Thurs 6pm-10pm if you need help or suspect an incident of human trafficking. Interpreters available.
Specialist support for those in England and Wales who are impacted by modern slavery
Educating supporters on ways to take action that drives real change.
We're independent of the police and provide confidential support to anyone affected by crime. It doesn't matter whether the crime has been reported or how long ago it took place.
Helps to protect children against trafficking
We offer free and confidential support, whether or not a crime has been reported and regardless of how long ago the event took place.
Providing emotional support, access to healthcare, and other services including legal and educational support. The NRM (National Referral Mechanism) identifies victims which then enables appropriate support.
Support and advice for young people under 18 who have experienced or witnessed crime. Includes information about crime, how to cope and an interactive courtroom.
Victims are able to speak to fully trained call handlers who can support them to find and advice them to find relevant services such as Government funding.
Find out what emotional support and practical information is available if you have been the victim of crime, regardless of whether it has been reported.
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