Human Trafficking

Home Department written question – answered on 26th February 2014.

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Photo of Paul Blomfield Paul Blomfield Labour, Sheffield Central

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department pursuant to the answer of 9 January 2014, Official Report, column 314W, on human trafficking, how many victims of trafficking for the purpose of (a) labour exploitation and (b) domestic servitude received positive conclusive grounds decisions broken down by each first responder in (i) 2010, (ii) 2011 and (iii) 2012.

Photo of Karen Bradley Karen Bradley The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department

The following data represents the position on 30 January 2014 and is therefore subject to change:

2010 Number
Labour Exploitation-Positive Conclusive Grounds Decisions  
Local Authorities 6
Police 65
SOCA 1
Home Office 17
NGOs: Kalayaan 1
Migrant Helpline 12
Total 102
   
Domestic Servitude-Positive Conclusive Grounds Decisions  
Local Authorities 15
Police 9
SOCA 1
Home Office 19
NGOs: Ashiana 1
Kalayaan 7
Medaille Trust 1
Migrant Helpline 3
Poppy Project 4
Total 60
2011 Number
Labour Exploitation- Positive Conclusive Grounds Decisions  
Local Authorities 32
Police 88
SOCA 25
Home Office 14
NGOs: Barnados 1
Medaille Trust 3
Migrant Help 11
Migrant Helpline 12
Poppy Project 1
Salvation Army 19
Total 206
   
Domestic Servitude-Positive Conclusive Grounds Decisions  
Local Authorities 7
Police 7
SOCA 1
Home Office 32
NGOs: Barnados 1
Kalayaan 8
Migrant Help 1
Poppy Project 3
Salvation Army 2
Total 62
2012 Number
Labour Exploitation-Positive Conclusive Grounds Decisions  
Local Authorities 13
Police 89
SOCA 22
Home Office 31
GLA 16
NGOs: Barnados 1
CTAIL (NSPCC) 1
Medaille Trust 4
Migrant Help 5
Salvation Army 46
Total 228
   
Domestic Servitude-Positive Conclusive Grounds Decisions  
Local Authorities 8
Police 10
Home Office 11
NGOs: Barnados 2
Kalayaan 5
Medaille Trust 1
Poppy Project 2
Salvation Army 7
Unseen UK 1
Total 47

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