Slavery in Hampshire closer to home than expected
A new Hampshire Constabulary task force dealing with human trafficking and slavery has said victims could be closer to home than you think.
Det Supt Dick Pearson said: "It could be someone that is tarmacing your drive. It could be someone working in a nail bar. It could be someone working in a car wash."
The force has dealt with 39 cases of potential slavery in Hampshire this year alone.
Home Affairs correspondent Emma Vardy has this exclusive report.
18 Sep 2014
- From the section Hampshire & Isle of Wight