Emergency services

In an emergency, if you or someone else is in immediate danger or a threat of violence has been made against you or someone else call emergency services on 000.

Anti-Slavery Australia

If you have been trafficked, severely exploited or been the victim of any form of modern slavery, or believe that someone else may be a victim, contact Anti-Slavery Australia for free and confidential advice.

Anti-Slavery Australia’s National Advice Hotline: Call (02) 9514 8115

Email asalegal@uts.edu.au

My Blue Sky

If you are concerned that you or someone you know has or will become the victim of a forced marriage call the Anti-Slavery Australia National Advice Hotline or contact My Blue Sky via text message or email.

Anti-Slavery Australia’s National Advice Hotline: Call (02) 9514 8115

Email asalegal@uts.edu.au

Australian Federal Police

To report a crime of exploitation to the authorities, contact the Australian Federal Police (AFP). 

Call 131 237 or 131 AFP and ask for the Human Trafficking Team.

Translating and Interpreting Service

To access an interpreter in your own language, contact the Translating and Interpretation Service. The translating and interpretating service can help you communicate with the services mentioned above. All calls are free and confidential. 

Call 131 450