This report provides an assessment of the UK-wide Modern Slavery Helpline’s operations in 2019 detailing the number, type and nature of calls, webforms and app submissions received between 1 January 2019 and 31 December 2019 and the number and demographics of potential victims indicated. The assessment builds on the previous two years of operations and highlights the number of contacts and type of exploitative situations being reported to the Helpline, including the trends that are being identified.

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