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We use many forms of embedded content from other content providers on the internet, such as social media feeds, maps and videos to provide a richer more informative browsing experience on our site. These services set numerous cookies which change frequently. Below is a disclosure of the services we use, and the cookies we observed at the time of writing along with a link to each services privacy and cookie policies.

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About Us

This is the website of the NPCC Modern Slavery and Organised Immigration Crime (MSOIC) Unit.  We work to support police officers, police staff and law enforcement partners to lead the fight against modern slavery,  human trafficking and OIC. 

Our aim is to help to deliver a consistent response to protecting victims and targeting offenders - and to work with partners to ultimately help prevent exploitation from having a place in our society.

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Contact Us

You can contact the NPCC Modern Slavery and Organised Immigration Crime Unit by email at Modern Slavery

Alternatively colleagues in UK law enforcement can join the Policing Slavery and Human Trafficking Group on Knowledge Hub.