What you can do?

if you suspect slavery Is happening or to discuss any concerns and get advice call the modern slavery helpline on 

If you suspect a victim needs support call The Salvation Army  

 

If there is immediate danger call 999

if you live in Nottingham city and you are affected by slavery you can also use the contacts below

POLICE

If there is danger to life call 999 immediately;

if the suspected victim is in not in danger and agrees that you can call the police- call 101

LOCAL AUTHORITY

For adults please call: Nottingham Health Care Point

0300 131 0300

For children and families please call: Children and Families Direct: 0115 8764800

OTHER

If you/suspected victim do not want to engage with the police or city council call the British Red Cross on 07710733051

(24 hour line) or see the useful contacts  below.

The British Red Cross Project 'Your Space' is for potential victims who are NOT willing to enter the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) or are unsure whether they wish to enter the NRM and need more thinking time or information before making a decision but who would otherwise be destitute. The British Red Cross offers casework support providing non-directive information and advice on their options as well as short term practical support including accommodation, financial support clothing and toiletries.

Do not attempt to confront the offenders, You need to ensure your safety and theirs.​

Useful Contacts

If you require further information, you can contact:

1. Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority: 0800 4320804

2. Childline: 0800 1111

3. NSPCC: 0800 0121700

4. The Salvation Army: 03003 038151

5. Crimestoppers: 0800 555111

6. Migrant Help: 01304 203977

Specialists are available to take your call 24/7, all calls are confidential and anonymous but could be the means to save someone's life. 

This site is bought to you by The Salvation Army in Nottingham in partnership with Faith Action Nottingham.