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« on: October 18, 2017, 12:23:08 PM »

National Anti-Slavery Day
Today (18/10) we are proud to be supporting National Anti-Slavery Day as part of our ongoing work to raise awareness of modern slavery happening right now across Thames Valley.

Since the start of October we’ve been challenging common misconceptions about this crime and highlighting signs that we can all look out for that could indicate someone might be being exploited.
Could you spot the signs?
How do they look? Scruffy, dirty, malnourished, injured?
How are they acting? Anxious, afraid, reluctant to talk?
What’s their work situation like? Long hours, unsuitable clothing, wrong equipment?
How’s their accommodation? Overcrowded, poorly maintained, curtains always closed?
What are their movements like? Never leave the house alone, limited contact with friends and family, no access to money or identification?

Suspect it. Report it

Modern slavery could be happening where you live. If you think someone you know may be a victim, tell someone.

The information you provide, no matter how small, might be key to our investigation.

If you suspect it, report it. You can contact the Modern Slavery Helpline confidentially on 08000 121 700 or the police on 101 or 999 in an emergency.
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