Modern Slavery

Find out more about the work Broxtowe Borough Council does to help prevent Modern Slavery.

Slavery in the 21st century is often enforced by threats to the individual, coercion, abduction, fraud and deception. Victims range from men and women to children, they can be of all ages and backgrounds.

Broxtowe Borough Council is committed to preventing slavery and human trafficking in the delivery of its services and corporate activities. The Council recognises that slavery and human trafficking remain a hidden blight on our society, that it has a responsibility to be alert to the risks and to strive to ensure that its supply chains are free from slavery and human trafficking.

We have developed a Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement to detail the steps we have taken to understand potential modern slavery risks related to our business and to put in place measures aimed at ensuring these offences are not committed.

View the Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement 2021-2022. (.pdf) (108KB) (Opens in a New Window)

Reporting Modern Slavery

If you have any concerns or believe that someone is being subject to modern slavery, please notify:

List of Modern Slavery Prevention Organisations
Name Phone Number Website
UK Modern Slavery Helpline

0800 012 1700

Report online via UK Modern Slavery Helpline (Opens in a New Window)

Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA)

0800 432 0804

Report online via the GLAA (Opens in a New Window)


0800 555 111

Visit the Crimestoppers Website (Opens in a New Window)

Spotting the Signs

There are a number of signs that may indicate someone is the victim of slavery which include:

  • Abuse and malnourishment
  • Appears to be under the influence of others
  • No access to identification documents
  • Living in overcrowded accommodation

Thanks to the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (Opens in a New Window), you can find out more about the signs of modern slavery in this video below.

tel: 0800 555 111
Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority
tel: 0800 432 0804
UK Modern Slavery Helpline
tel: 0800 012 1700