Modern Slavery Partnership for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight

The Modern Slavery Partnership for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight is a multi-agency partnership.  It is chaired and facilitated by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC).

The Partnership is made up of various organisations including:

  • Hampshire Constabulary
  • Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service
  • Hampshire Safeguarding Board
  • Home Office
  • Barnardo's
  • Gangmasters Licensing Authority
  • Medaille Trust
  • Hampshire County Council
  • Love146
  • National Crime Agency
  • NHS
  • Stop the Traffik
  • Two Saints
  • Salvation Army
  • Crimestoppers
  • HMRC.

This list is not exhaustive. 

The Partnership's vision is to make Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton a supportive place for victims and a hostile place for perpetrators of modern slavery. The Partnership's objectives are:

  • to combat modern slavery by working in partnership
  • to raise awareness of modern slavery
  • to identify and support victims of modern slavery
  • to pursue perpetrators of modern slavery.

The Modern Slavery Partnership for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight holds a quarterly steering group and alongside this there are 3 separate sub groups. The sub groups include Prevent/Training group, Protect/Victim Support and Pursue group.  Each sub group has various organisations in attendance who report and feedback into the steering group.

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