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Petitioning UK Government

All UK hotels to have a zero tolerance policy towards sex trafficking

Human Trafficking/ sex trafficking is a multi-billion pound industry and has been identified as the fastest growing criminal industry in the world, it is second only to drug trafficking.
Human trafficking/ sex trafficking is a worldwide problem and the UK has been a destination country for many years.
The victims are usually children and women, they are made to suffer mental abuse and physical abuse such as rape, beatings and torture.
A lot of properties on which sex trafficking takes place are hotels.
Hotels around the nation need to make a stand against commercial sexual exploitation by putting into place a zero tolerance policy.
All hotel staff would need training in the area of human trafficking and what signs to be aware of, plus an outside organisation would need to be able to make checks on hotels to make sure the policy is being adhered to.
Hotels need to be actively working to ensure that sex trafficking is not happening on their premises. Any staff member found to be assisting the traffickers should be treated as a criminal and no longer be able to work at the hotel. CRB checks should be made on ALL hotel staff.
No human should suffer in this way. help to stop human trafficking

 

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UK Government
I just signed the following petition addressed to: UK Government.

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All UK hotels to have a zero tolerance to sex trafficking policy

Human Trafficking/ sex trafficking is a multi-billion pound industry and has been identified as the fastest growing criminal industry in the world, it is second only to drug trafficking.
Human trafficking/ sex trafficking is a worldwide problem and the UK has been a destination country for many years.
The victims are usually children and women, they are made to suffer mental abuse and physical abuse such as rape, beatings and torture.
A lot of properties on which sex trafficking takes place are hotels.
Hotels around the nation need to make a stand against commercial sexual exploitation by putting into place a zero tolerance policy.
All hotel staff would need training in the area of human trafficking and what signs to be aware of, plus an outside organisation would need to be able to make checks on hotels to make sure the policy is being adhered to.
Hotels need to be actively working to ensure that sex trafficking is not happening on their premises. Any staff member found to be assisting the traffickers should be treated as a criminal and no longer be able to work at the hotel. CRB checks should be made on ALL hotel staff.
No human should suffer in this way. help to stop human trafficking



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Sincerely,