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Human Trafficking

Justice written question – answered on 10th July 2013.

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Photo of Chris Ruane Chris Ruane Labour, Vale of Clwyd

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what the (a) nationality and (b) gender was of each suspected victims of trafficking referred to the Trafficking Victim Support Scheme operated by the Salvation Army in June 2013; in which (i) region, (ii) county and (iii) parliamentary constituency each of the suspected victims was found; and which agency referred each case to the scheme.

Photo of Helen Grant Helen Grant The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Women and Equalities

In June 2013 there were 79 referrals to the Government-funded support service for adult victims of human trafficking in England and Wales administered by The Salvation Army. In the interests of victim safety only the region in which the victim was encountered is provided, and not the county or parliamentary constituency. Details are provided in the following table:

Nationality Gender Region Agency type
Albanian Female Yorkshire Legal representative
Albanian Female South Health services
Albanian Female Yorkshire Home Office
Albanian Female South East Home Office
Albanian Female Yorkshire Home Office
Albanian Female Wales Home Office
Albanian Female South Other
Albanian Female South Home Office
Albanian Female West Midlands Police
Angolan Female Yorkshire Home Office
Bangladeshi Male South East NGO
British Male Yorkshire NGO
Bulgarian Female South East Police
Cameroonian Female South East NGO
Canadian Female South East Home Office
Chinese Male East Midlands Home Office
Dutch Trans-gender Yorkshire NGO
Ethiopian Female North West Home Office
Gambian Female Yorkshire Home Office
Ghanaian Male South West Self referral
Hungarian Female North West Police
Hungarian Female East Police
Hungarian Female Yorkshire Police
Hungarian Male Not Known Self referral
Indian Female West Midlands Home Office
Iranian Male Yorkshire Home Office
Kenyan Female Wales NGO
Laotian Female Yorkshire Self referral
Latvian Female South Police
Latvian Female South Police
Liberian Male South Self referral
Lithuanian Female South Police
Lithuanian Male East GLA
Lithuanian Female East GLA
Lithuanian Female South East Police
Lithuanian Male South East Police
Lithuanian Female Wales NGO
Lithuanian Male North West NGO
Lithuanian Female North West NGO
Lithuanian Male Yorkshire Police
Lithuanian Female Yorkshire Police
Nigerian Female Wales Home Office
Nigerian Female Yorkshire Home Office
Nigerian Female South East NGO
Nigerian Female South East Self referral
Nigerian Female North East Home Office
Nigerian Female South East Home Office
Nigerian Male South East NGO
Nigerian Female Wales Home Office
Nigerian Female Wales Home Office
Nigerian Female Yorkshire Home Office
Nigerian Female South Self referral
Nigerian Male Not Known Other
Nigerian Female Yorkshire NGO
Nigerian Female North West Home Office
Pakistani Female North West Home Office
Polish Male West Midlands Police
Polish Male West Midlands Police
Polish Male West Midlands Police
Polish Male West Midlands Police
Serbian Female North West Legal representative
Sierra Leone Female South East Self referral
Slovakian Male North East NGO
Slovakian Male Yorkshire Police
Slovakian Male Yorkshire Police
Slovakian Male West Midlands NGO
Slovakian Male East Midlands Police
Ugandan Female South East NGO
Ugandan Male South Self referral
Ugandan Female South East Home Office
Ugandan Female South East Home Office
Ugandan Female South East Self referral
Ugandan Male Not Known Home Office
Vietnamese Male West Midlands Home Office
Vietnamese Male South East Home Office
Vietnamese Female West Midlands Home Office
Vietnamese Male East Home Office
Zambian Female Wales Self referral
Zimbabwean Female North West Home Office

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