A woman who was investigated for exploiting people from Malaysia has become the first in Nottinghamshire to have a Slavery and Trafficking Risk Order (STRO) granted against her.
The civil order, which will last 10 years, was granted against Suhaida Mahiyudin on October 12 at Nottingham Magistrates' Court.
It means the 37 year old from Toton is bound by six conditions which, if breached, will result in a criminal prosecution.
This is the first STRO granted in Nottinghamshire and only 14 were granted in England and Wales in the past year.
Mahiyudin was previously investigated for recruiting workers from Malaysia to be a nanny with a view to exploiting them.
The order now prohibits Maihyudin
link source - Nottingham Post