Help if you are affected by modern slavery
As well as reporting modern slavery to the police, there are other ways you can get help and support:
Missing and Exploitation Hub
The Missing and Exploitation Hub supports victims of exploitation up to the age of 25.
Contact them by calling our first response team on 01296 383 962.
The Missing and Exploitation Hub includes members from:
- our children’s social care, health and education departments
- Thames Valley Police
- a parent worker provided by the Buckinghamshire Safeguarding Children Partnership
Victims First gives emotional support, information and practical help to victims of modern slavery.
Contact Victims First by calling 0300 1234 148
Victims First Specialist Service
The Victims First Specialist Service helps victims of modern slavery and exploitation who are aged 18 or older.
This includes help and support with:
- education and employment
- assistance during court processes
- hospital visits
- arranging food and clothes parcels
Contact the Victims First Specialist Service on 01844 487 987.
Contact the community safety team
View our modern slavery statement.
If you have a question about support if you are worried about modern slavery that is not answered on this page, contact the community safety team.