We see you... in Cumbria!
SPOT THE SIGNS OF MODERN SLAVERY
Show signs of physical or psychological abuse and untreated injuries.
Look malnourished or unkempt, or appear withdrawn and neglected.
Seem under the control or influence of others.
Wear the same clothes every day.
Wear no safety equipment even if their work requires it.
Rarely allowed to travel on their own.
Collected and dropped off on a regular basis early in the morning or late at night.
In a crowded minibus with other workers.
Have no control of their identification documents such as their passport.
Living in dirty, cramped or overcrowded accommodation.
Living and working at the same address.
Appear unfamiliar with their neighbourhood or where they work.
Reluctant to seek help and avoid eye contact.
Appear frightened or hesitant to talk to strangers.
Fear of police, don't know who to trust or where to get help.
Afraid of deportation, and of the risk of violence to themselves or their family.
WHO TO CONTACT
If someone is in immediate danger then call the police: 
Report non-emergency suspicious activity to your local police: 
Ask for advice by calling:
The Modern Slavery Helpline: 
The Salvation Army: 
NSPCC CTAC (in cases of children): 
Report anything suspicious, anonymously if you prefer, via the Unseen Website:
Visit the website to learn more about Modern Slavery.
St George’s United Reformed Church
Site Revised: 25 August 2019