We can’t stop it if we can’t see it.
Our work is data-led and you can be a part of directly shaping the response to human trafficking prevention by sharing what you know or have experienced.
There are multiple ways to report suspicions of trafficking, modern slavery, or exploitation.
Your safety and the security of data is paramount to our organisation and there are multiple ways you can safely share in your story or insights, with the choice to remain anonymous.
Have you seen something that doesn’t look quite, right? Do you have suspicions you may have seen something related to human trafficking or modern slavery? You can report it on The STOP APP securely and anonymously. Alternatively, if you would like support to contact a local support organisation or law enforcement about what you have seen, you can also leave your contact details. One of our team will get in touch with you.
Do you have lived experience of trafficking, modern slavery, or exploitation? Would you like to share your story securely and anonymously so it can be used in the fight against trafficking? We appreciate that sharing your story may be extremely difficult or complicated. We will only encourage you to consider this if you feel safe enough to do so and if you want to. There is no obligation for you to share anything you don’t want to. Should you choose to not leave any contact details, there would be no way for us to trace your report back to you and no trace will exist on your device.
Please note we are not an emergency response organisation. If you or someone you know are in immediate danger, you should contact a trusted local organisation or your local emergency services to access support. We check the app Monday – Friday so there may be a small delay in a response if your report requests one.
If you prefer to report through a computer, then this can be completed on our online intelligence reporting form here:
If you identified potential cases of modern slavery in your supply chains and would like to explore bespoke solutions on how you can correctly share data around these cases alongside an escalation process then please get in touch with us at [email protected]
We have trusted data sharing relationships with global NGOs that are integral to our model, by sharing data you are:
For information on how to safely share your data and receive bespoke insights please contact us on [email protected].
We already have over 60,000 reports and over a million reports in the Traffik Analysis Hub – if you want to help us to build an even clearer picture of how and where trafficking is happening, so we and other actors can best respond, then please report or get in touch.Our Approach