Trafficking (II)

Meeting: 
MQT on 2012-09-19
Session date: 
September 19, 2012
Reference: 
2012/2493
Question By: 
Andrew Boff
Organisation: 
GLA Conservatives
Asked Of: 
The Mayor

Question

In 2011, what percentage of trafficking victims in London were used for (i) sexual exploitation (ii) labour exploitation (iii) domestic servitude (iv) criminal exploitation (v) multiple exploitation (vi) unknown? In each category, what were the top three countries of origin of the victims? How many victims were from the UK in each category? How many victims were from Nigeria in each category? How many victims were from China in each category? How many victims were from India in each category? How many victims were from Pakistan in each category? How many victims were from Romania in each category?

Answer

Answer for Trafficking (II)

Answer for Trafficking (II)

Answered By: 
The Mayor

Wherever information is available to respond to a question, this will be provided. In this instance, extensive and disproportionate diversion of operational MPS resources would be required and thus the MPS is unable to answer these questions.

I understand you are meeting with colleagues from SCO9 Trafficking and Prostitution Unit on 26th September. During this meeting, the MPS will be pleased to provide you with details of this area of MPS work where the requested data is easily retrievable and will not divert officers from operational activity.