Police run anti-slavery operation at Doncaster's airport



A police operation was run at Doncaster's airport to try to identify potential victims of modern-day slavery.
To mark national Anti-Slavery Day, South Yorkshire Police and partner agencies looked for possible victims and raised awareness of the issue.
Superintendent Bob Chapman said: “It’s a sad fact that airports and ports across the UK provide a channel for traffickers or organised crime groups to bring vulnerable individuals into our country for sexual exploitation.
“The purpose of this operation was to work alongside the airport and other organisations to better understand the... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 31
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