Share this article Share Detective Inspector Nick Dale, from West Midlands Police, said: 'Such operations are challenging as we regularly come up against victims who have been brainwashed by traffickers into thinking police will prosecute them. It is crucial for us to gain the trust and co-operation of victims.
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People traffickers now face the prospect of life jail sentences, instead of the previous maximum of 14 years, while large firms have to show they are working to ensure their business and supply chains are free from slavery.
The Home Office estimated there were around 13, victims of slavery in the UK in Advertisement The women and children were rehoused by the local authority but the men declined offers of support following the raid late last month. Police are hoping to ban the suspects from arranging navy dating website to the UK for other people.
Detective Chief Inspector Tom Chisholm, a West Midlands Police slavery expert, said: 'We mostly encounter Eastern European men subjected to forced labour in construction or agriculture.