Officers' backing for new human trafficking appeal
A CAMPAIGN to fight human trafficking has been backed by police chiefs.
Crimestoppers has launched a campaign urging people to come forward anonymously if they suspect human trafficking in their area.
It has been accompanied by a hard-hitting video, which shows the harrowing experience of a young woman forced into intensive labour - also flagging up tell-tale signs people could look out for to put an end to her misery.
Cheltenham has a sordid history of being linked to people trafficking in the sex trade and was at the centre of a nationwide swoop in 2008.
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Detective Inspector Sue Bradshaw threw her weight behind the campaign.
She said: "Human trafficking is a serious crime and something Gloucestershire Constabulary is working hard in the fight against.
"There is a chance that a victim of forced labour may work in your community.
"If you think that you may know someone who is being subjected to forced labour please call 101 or of course anonymously through Crimestoppers."