Local police launch Anti-Trafficking information page

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Monday, November 3rd, 2014
Local police marked the 8th EU Anti-Trafficking Day with the launch of an information page on the PSNI website. The Human Trafficking and Exploitation page can be found by going to the E District home page and selecting human trafficking and exploitation from the menu on the right side of the page. The page contains information about human trafficking, what it is and how you can contact police. It is also fitted with the Google Translate bar which allows speakers of any language to access the information. A link on the page will take you to contact details of agencies who can offer support and help to victims of human trafficking. Sergeant Barbara McNally and Constable Kelly Gibson, Portadown Neighbourhood Policing Team, were instrumental in the implementation of the page and Con Gibson explained, “We felt that the EU Anti-Trafficking Day was the perfect opportunity to launch our page. “A recent advertising campaign has raised the profile of human trafficking and made people aware that it can go on any where, in any community. We wanted to provide simple and useful information that is easily accessible to the public so that if you have any concerns or want to pass on information you can. They added, “If you would like to see our page you can find it on http://psniwebpub/index/e-district/human_trafficking_and_exploitation.htm”
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