Helpline Statistics and Reports


Periodic Statistical Reports


Annual Assessments

2017

2017 Annual Assessment


Quarterly Statistical Reports

2018

April to June 2018, Quarterly Statistical Report

January to March 2018, Quarterly Statistical Report

2017

October to December 2017, Quarterly Statistical Report

July to September 2017, Quarterly Statistical Report

April to June 2017, Quarterly Statistical Report

January to March 2017, Quarterly Statistical Report

2016

October to December 2016 Statistical Report


Monthly Statistical Reports

2018

September 2018 Monthly Statistical Report

August 2018 Monthly Statistical Report

July 2018 Monthly Statistical Report

June 2018 Monthly Statistical Report

May 2018 Monthly Statistical Report

April 2018 Monthly Statistical Report

March 2018 Monthly Statistical Report

February 2018 Monthly Statistical Report

January 2018 Monthly Statistical Report

2017

December 2017 Monthly Statistical Report

November 2017 Monthly Statistical Report

October 2017 Monthly Statistical Report

September 2017 Monthly Statistical Report

August 2017 Monthly Statistical Report

July 2017 Monthly Statistical Report

June 2017 Monthly Statistical Report

May 2017 Monthly Statistical Report

April 2017 Monthly Statistical Report

March 2017 Monthly Statistical Report

February 2017 Monthly Statistical Report

January 2017 Monthly Statistical Report


Themed Reports

Modern Slavery in Car Washes - A View From Unseen's Modern Slavery Helpline

This report provides an assessment of reports made to the Helpline regarding modern slavery in car washes across the UK between 10 October 2016 and 30 June 2018.

The report builds on the Identification of Forced Labour in Car Washes report which was published by the Helpline in 2017, and reveals that reports concerning modern slavery in car washes are high-level, with 2,170 potential victims indicated within 21 months and 360 cases of modern slavery in car washes recorded. The report includes potential victim demographics, a geographical breakdown of cases and the impact of collaboration between key partners.

Modern Slavery in Scotland – A View From Unseen’s Modern Slavery Helpline

This report seeks to increase the understanding of the nature and scale of human trafficking and exploitation occurring in Scotland.

The report shows that the picture of human trafficking and exploitation in Scotland is broadly similar to the rest of the UK in terms of victim demographics, locations, and types of exploitation. This report also highlights that awareness equals action. We must continue to build on this in partnership. A call can mean someone's freedom.

Identification of Forced Labour in Car Washes

This report provides an initial assessment of calls made into the UK-wide Modern Slavery Helpline and Resource Centre related to labour exploitation in car washes between 10 October 2016 and 31 August 2017.

The purpose of this report is to highlight the types of calls the Modern Slavery Helpline is receiving, and from whom, in relation to situations of potential labour exploitation involving car washes. This report also seeks to raise awareness of the indicators of modern slavery in the context of car washes and encourage members of the public to report any concerns they may have to the helpline.

Identification of Modern Slavery Victims by Health Professionals

This report provides an initial assessment of calls made by health professionals across the UK into the UK-wide Modern Slavery Helpline and Resource Centre, between 10 October 2016 and 31 March 2017.

The purpose of this report is to highlight the types of calls the Modern Slavery Helpline is receiving from health professionals and the types of situations health professionals are seeking help and advice on.

Frequently Asked Questions regarding Data and Statistical Reports - The Data FAQs define classifications and explain how one case may have multiple victims, multiple locations and multiple calls.

The enhanced Modern Slavery Helpline and Resource Centre is operated by Unseen and has been taking helpline calls since 10 October. Prior to October the modern slavery helpline was run by the NSPCC using the same free-phone number.

We are committed to increasing calls to the helpline to ensure that potential victims get the help and support they need and statutory agencies and businesses can access advice and information. We will do this by working closely with partners and stakeholders to increase communications and ensure the helpine is promoted effectively at all times.