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
Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner: Annual Report for the period 1 October 2016 to 30 September 2017.
This report provides an overview of modern slavery in the UK and explains how the UK has responded to this...
A research report from the Office of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner and the University of Nottingham’s Rights Lab.
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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