'Porous borders make slavery easier'
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'Porous borders make slavery easier' in Wales

People trafficking into Wales is being made easier by its "porous" borders, the country's slavery chief has warned.

Stephen Chapman raised concerns about the number of entry points with no checks.

He spoke out ahead of a week of action by Welsh forces after those at risk of human trafficking and modern slavery in Wales rose by 400% in five years.

Victims recorded through the National Referral Mechanism increased from 32 in 2012 to 125 in 2016.

Sian Elin Dafydd reports.

  • 16 May 2017
  • From the section Wales
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