February 21, 2014
is reporting that, beginning April 1, specially trained teams will be working in UK airports to help stem the tide of human trafficking victims. The British government says it want to make sure that “there is ‘no easy route into the UK for traffickers.'”
Home Office minister Karen Bradley said Border Force officers could be the ‘first authority figure in the UK to have contact with a potential victim of modern slavery.’
‘Their role is vital in identifying and protecting victims and ensuring there is no easy route into the UK for traffickers’, she said. Continue Reading...