Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

We have a duty to ensure that, either through our business or supply chain, we do not risk violating an individual's human rights by supporting forced, bonded or compulsory labour, human trafficking or other kinds of modern slavery.
G4S Staff in India

Our Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement describes the actions we have taken to help prevent modern slavery within our business and supply chain, specifically highlighting the development and implementation of:

  • Our supplier code of conduct - setting out G4S' requirements and expectations with respect to key areas of responsible resourcing, including respect of international standard and the prohibition of forced or coerced labour.
  • Our migrant workers policy - developed to safeguard migrant workers from unscrupulous recruitment practices and help to prevent and manage any risks arising from their employment and accommodation.

Download our Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement 2019

Download our Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement 2018

Download our Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement 2017

Download our Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement 2016

The statement also describes other key policies which relate to the prevention of modern slavery:


14th November 2019: G4S Statement on the Investigation by the Council on Ethics for the Norwegian Government Pension Fund.

27th November 2019 : Statement from G4S Group CEO regarding migrant worker policies and practices.

14th May 2020 : An update on the latest steps G4S has taken to enhance its protection of migrant workers can be read in the Integrated Report and Slavery & Human Trafficking Statement for 2019.