English Report Form
Your information counts
The Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority has police-style powers that allow us (in England and Wales only) to investigate all labour market offences. These include: gangmaster offences, non-payment of the National Minimum Wage, forced and compulsory labour and any associated trafficking and other modern slavery offences.
The GLAA relies on your information so please let us know about any form of labour abuse, or employers or labour provider who you think could be exploiting workers.
How to contact us
If you have any information about the mistreatment of workers, labour providers operating without a licence or a business using an unlicensed gangmaster in any of the above areas please tell us. Your information counts.
Please note - The GLAA Licensing System only applies to workers who are supplied to perform temporary roles within the following sectors:
- Agriculture (including horticulture)
- Shellfish gathering
- Food and Drink processing and packaging
By telephone - call FREE from a UK landline on 0800 432 0804, to report your concerns in confidence. Lines are open Monday to Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm, you can leave a message outside of these hours. Please note that some mobile service providers may charge.
You can also call 0115 959 7049 (and leave a message outside of office hours using this number) or 0115 959 7052 to speak to one of the intelligence team. The GLAA has interpreters available and can take calls in any language. These are not freephone numbers so normal charges will apply.
By email - email@example.com, click on this link and please give us as much information as you can or use the form below.
Information about the labour provider, company or individual using the labour provider’s workers are especially useful as this can help us identify the individuals or companies concerned.
GLAA licence numbers (if applicable), full names and addresses are particularly helpful, but other details such as contact telephone numbers, email addresses, vehicle registrations/details or person descriptions will help.
If your enquiry or complaint relates to an employment agency but does not fall within one of the above sectors please contact the ACAS Helpline on 0300 123 1100.
Once you have provided information to the GLAA we would welcome feedback on how the experience was for you. Please take time to click on this link and complete a brief online survey. It takes only a couple of minutes and you don't have to submit any personal details. Your responses will help us improve our services in the future. Take me to the survey