Look After Your Community
CCAT has huge experience, knowledge and has also conducted in-depth research into the scale of the problem in the Croydon Community. We have made a difference, but still find issues that deeply disturb us. Here are some of the current ways you can help us take action in your community. We can all make a difference; be inspired by what others are doing around you to combat trafficking, and remember the warning signs you need to look out for around you.
If you suspect trafficking activity in your community:
Contact CCAT: and we can put you in touch with a counsellor who can chat you through the best way to deal with your situation.
Contact Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111: and tell them about what you suspect or know about women who may be trapped or guys that may be raping trafficked women. This is a confidential and anonymous hotline.
Contact the Police: Freephone 0800 783 2589
For help and support to victims of trafficking contact the Salvation Army 0300 303 8151