|Two Women Charged With Human Trafficking|
Police rescue Polish woman in Hounslow
Two women have been charged following the rescue of a Polish woman forced into prostitution in Hounslow.
Officers forced their way into a property as part of a joint operation involving Polish police, the National Crime agency and the Metropolitan Police Kidnap and Human Trafficking Unit.
Sonia Goman (33), of Bath Road, Hounslow and Anna Graj (30) of Bath Road, Hounslow were remanded in police custody to appear at Southwark Crown Court on March 7th after they were charged with conspiracy to traffic into the UK for sexual exploitation and conspiracy to control prostitution.
Two men were arrested at the same time.
The MPS has a free 24-hour helpline for victims of trafficking - 0800 783 2589.