The Modern Slavery Police Transformation Unit Insight Team has developed four quick reference infographic posters to help communicate the different forms of modern slavery.  The posters also help to explain victlm vulnerabilities and how offenders operate.

These infographics are downloadable via the document links section on this page.

Modern slavery awareness and victim identification

A Home Office publication provides valuable guidance and case studies to raise awareness and support first responders in the identification of modern slavery victims.

“Closer than you think” campaign

Further information and promotional materials explaining modern slavery are available from the gov.uk publications website. This includes posters in multiple languages.

Victim support materials

Also available from the gov.uk publications website is a leaflet explaining the support available to the victims of modern slavery.  This material is translated in eleven languages.

An information website developed for children who may be victims of modern slavery is available from the NPCC. The material explains more information about the NRM process and how it relates to children and is again available in multiple languages.

Raising awareness amongst vulnerable groups

Posters (for use around homeless shelters etc.) have been developed by Homeless Link to raise awareness of exploitation and the targeting of the homeless community. These posters are also available in multiple languages. Two posters are available with “Homeless people are at risk” and “Know the signs”.

Raising awareness of worker rights

The Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) provides a range of information materials available on their website including leaflets to explain the rights of workers in the UK and which are available in multiple languages.

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About Us


This is the website of the Modern Slavery Police Transformation Programme.  We work to support police officers, police staff and law enforcement partners to lead the fight against modern slavery and human trafficking. 

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.

Contact Us


You can contact the Modern Slavery Police Transformation programme by email at Modern Slavery

Alternatively colleagues in UK law enforcement can visit the modern slavery community on POLKA.

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