GLAA arrests Romanian man for worker exploitation

Officers from the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) have arrested a Romanian man on suspicion of modern slavery and human trafficking offences.

In a statement, released yesterday, the GLAA revealed their investigators were supported by West Midlands Police in making the arrest at an address in the Handsworth area of Birmingham yesterday morning (14 March).

The operation was organised after the GLAA received allegations of exploitation in the food processing sector.

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