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Seven Oldham residents charged with slavery and sexual exploitation

Five men and two women, all from Oldham, have been brought before the courts charged with modern slavery offences and sexual exploitation offences. All seven were taken into police custody after appearing before Manchester magistrates. The seven Oldham residents, aged 20 to 49, were charged after an investigation by Greater Manchester Police into the group for arranging and facilitating the travel of another person with the view to exploit them, as well as for conspiracy to control prostitution for gain. Oldham CID and neighbourhood police were supported by the GMP’s modern slavery team in their investigation, which opened after a welfare concern was reported to them, January 25. A 31-year-old woman is receiving support from specialists following the arrests. Join our WhatsApp Top Stories and Breaking News group by clicking this link. The seven people arrested and charged with modern slavery and exploitation offences are: Dan Cristian Scurtu (31/07/1975) of Crofton Street, Oldham Stefan Sorin Boeru (28/12/1999) of Howgill Crescent, Oldham Anisoara Stan (14/01/1980) of Ashton Road, Oldham Gheorghe Rusu (31/05/1982) of Abson Street, Oldham Victor-Viorel Stan (04/04/1983) of Grendon Avenue, Oldham Alina Lungu (16/03/2004) of Lime Street, Oldham Daniel Dobrin (06/11/2003) of Western Road, London All seven people were remanded into custody having appeared at Manchester and Salford Magistrates and Tameside Magistrates court. To report a suspicion of modern day slavery or get advice you can contact the Modern Slavery Helpline confidentially on 08000 121 700. This is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you want to remain anonymous, you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. You can also report it to GMP online or by calling 101 at any time to report an incident. Always call 999 if there is a crime in action or immediate threat to life. Further advice and support Modern Slavery Helpline – Information and advice on modern slavery. The Salvation Army – Immediate and intensive support to ensure victims of trafficking are given the best possible chance of recovery. Migrant Help – Support services for adult victims of human trafficking. Stop the Traffik – Information and advice about worldwide trafficking, includes a downloadable app. Kalayaan – Advice, advocacy and support services for migrant domestic workers. Medaille Trust – Helps women, young men and children who have been freed from human trafficking. Barnardo’s – Provides direct, specialist support to trafficked children. NSPCC – Advice and support for victims and families of trafficked children. Human Trafficking Foundation – Organisation shaping policy and legislation to help tackle human trafficking in the UK.

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