List of contacts

Illustration: Nanami Minami

【How/where can I ask for help if I suspect trafficked victims or if I have been trapped in slavery?】
NFSJ introduced the UNODC’s “Human Trafficking Indicators”.

What could you do if you suspect a trafficked victim who might fit in the indicators of UNODC? Following is a list of contacts where you can report to and/or consult. (As of August 2016)

General contacts for the victims of human trafficking and exploitation
The Police
tel.: 110 (There are English speaking operators 24h)
The Metropolitan Police Department
tel.: 03-3503-8484 (Special number for foreigners Mon.- Fri. 8:30am to 5:15pm)
The Human Rights Counseling Service
English: tel.: 0570-090-911 (Mon.- Fri. 9am to 4pm)
Chinese: tel.: 0570-050-110 (Mon.- Fri. 9am to 4pm)
Human Rights Counseling Offices for Foreigners (scroll down to see English)
The list of foreign embassies and consulates in Japan
The Regional Immigration Bureaus
tel.: 0570−013904 or 03−5796−7112 (multilingual)
(find your language in the right column)
Yorisoi Hotline
(choose the language on the top)
toll free: 0120-279-338 (For service in foreign languages, press 2 after the initial guidance.)
toll free: 0120-279-226 (Specialized line for foreigners in Iwate, Miyagi, Fukushima) fax.: 03−3868−3811
Counseling contacts for sex trafficking victims
The Counseling Center for Women-Anti Trafficking Project
tel.: 03−3368−8855(Mon.-Fri. 10:00am to 5:00pm)
Language: Japanese, English, Thai, Tagalog, Spanish (Language available may vary according to day and time.)
tel.: 045−914−7008(Mon.-Fri. 10:00am to 5:00pm)
Language: Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Thai, Tagalog, Spanish, Portuguese, English
Counseling contacts for labor exploitation victims
Organization for Technical Intern Training(OTIT)