Cheshire Anti-Slavery Network

Our Misson Statment

To identify, rescue and provide the best possible support to victims of modern slavery, to prosecute perpetrators and contribute to the disruption of organised crime networks at regional and national level.

Reports & Publications

19 Feb

National Referral Mechanism Statistics Quarter 4 2017 – October to December

This report presents a summary of the number of potential victims of modern slavery and human trafficking referred in to...

05 Feb

National Audit Office – Reducing Modern Slavery

This report looks at the governance of the UK’s response to modern slavery, the National Referral Mechanism (NRM), the support...

05 Feb

A Typology of Modern Slavery Offences in the UK – Home Office

This report presents findings from research to create an evidence-based typology of modern slavery offences in the UK. Modern slavery...

Modern slavery is an illicit trade in which adults and children are used as commodities to be bought, sold and exploited for profit.

We recognise that no single agency can tackle this crime in isolation.

The Cheshire Anti-Slavery Network is a victim-focused Partnership which provides a mechanism for agencies to collaborate with each other and the public across Cheshire  to identify victims and prosecute those behind the trafficking and enslavement of others. The collaborative efforts of both statutory and non-statutory partners aim to impact at local, regional and national level.


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UK Human Trafficking Statistics

13000

victims, estimated by the Home Office

3,266

potential victims came forward via NRM

40

% increase on 2014 figures

53

% of these victims were Female

70%

% were in the adult exploitation category

30

% of these victims were minors


Facts and figures provided by unseen.org

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Today is #worlddayofsocialjustice and we're supporting the #freeforgood campaign for improved support for survivors of #modernslavery through Lord McColl's Modern Slavery (Victim Support) Bill. Find out more and support the campaign https://t.co/HqmRZNdcNh

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