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Human Trafficking Awareness Day


Today, Saturday (11 January) is Human Trafficking Awareness Day. It’s a great opportunity to remind our community what trafficking is and how it affects Surrey county. We want to spread the message about this horrific crime, which happens down the road from where you live, or work.

Trafficking is the movement of people from one place to another for the purposes of exploitation – it can happen across borders, and even across streets, or house to house. The exploitation can take many forms – including sexual exploitation, forced labour, domestic servitude, and criminal exploitation.
Trafficking is just one element of a larger criminal issue – modern slavery, the criminal exploitation of people. In 2019, Surrey Police recorded 120 crimes relating to Modern Slavery – a crime every three days. This issue hits every borough in Surrey – but we see most prevalence in Reigate and Banstead, Woking, and Spelthorne where there are incidents on a monthly basis.
Top known nationalities of traffickers and victims in Surrey include British nationals, Albanian, Romanian, Chinese, Vietnamese.

Surrey Police take this matter extremely seriously – we want to see people freed from a life of exploitation, danger and servitude. We would ask the public to get in touch with us immediately if they have any concerns about a potential victim of exploitation, or if they spot the signs of modern slavery, which include:
• Physical or psychological abuse people look malnourished and have poor clothing
• Isolation
• Poor living conditions
• Restricted freedom of movement (victims may be living in dirty, cramped or overcrowded accommodation and/or living and working at the same address)
• A person being controlled by another individual
• Unusual travel times (individuals may be dropped off/collected for work on regular basis either very early or late at night)
• Reluctant to seek help (victims may avoid eye contact, appear frightened)

If you see anything suspicious, please call 101 or in emergency dial 999 if someone’s life is in danger. You can always call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111 should you wish to remain anonymous.

Thank you for your support.

Best regards,
Surrey Police
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Aga Kasprzyk (Corp Comms, Coordinator, Surrey Police)

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