Irish legislation specifies the following types of exploitation - Sexual Exploitation, Labour Exploitation, exploitation consisting of the removal of one or more of the organs of a person, exploitation consisting of forcing a person to engage in criminal activity. Human trafficking for labour exploitationPeople who have been trafficked for the purpose of labour exploitation are typically (but not exclusively) made to work in sectors such as: agriculture, construction, entertainment, service industry, manufacturing and domestic servitude as well as begging. Trafficking involves the recruitment, movement, harbouring or receiving of a person through means such as fear, fraud and deception, coercion, force or the abuse of power or a position of vulnerability, for the purpose of their sexual or labour exploitation, forced criminality or the removal of the organs of a person.The following are possible indicators of having been trafficked for labour exploitation:Work excessively long hoursBe forced to undertake hazardous workHave low or no salaryHave no access to your earningsHave no contract of employmentHave your labour rights infringedLive with the family employing youLive in groups in the same place where you work, and leave those premises infrequentlyNot be dressed adequately for the work you do: for example you may lack protective equipment or warm clothingDepend on your employer for a number of services, including work, food, transportation and accommodationBe made to pay for tools, food or accommodation and have these costs deducted from your wagesHave no tax or PRSI contributions and no access to social supportsHave your social activities and movements controlled by your employerNever or rarely leave the house without your employerHave no privacy, sleeping in shared and over-crowded spacesBe given only leftover food to eatHave no choice of accommodation offered to youNever leave the work premises without your employerBe unable to move freelyLive in degraded, unsuitable places, such as in agricultural or industrial buildingsBe subject to security measures designed to keep you on the work premisesBe disciplined through fines and threatsBe subjected to insults, abuse, threats or violenceLack basic training and professional licensesWork in places with no health and safety notices, with poor quality equipment and in hazardous conditionsBe unable to show an identity documentBe working without the employment documents required for workers from your countryBe afraid to reveal who is controlling you and lie about your storyEquipment is designed or has been modified so that it can be operated by children.Have untreated injuries or illnesses, be in poor health or have untreated woundsChildren may be unregistered with a school or have an excuse why this should be, such as being schooled at home or just arrived into the countryIn relation to begging, there are some specific indicators of human trafficking such as:Children, elderly persons or disabled migrants who tend to beg in public places and public transportChildren of the same nationality or ethnicity who move in large groups with only a few adults or with the same adult guardian, orive as gang members with adults who are not their parents, orParticipate in the activities of organized criminal gangsHuman trafficking for sexual exploitationThe following are possible indicators of having been trafficked for the purpose of sexual exploitation:Be of any age, although the age may vary according to the location of the marketMove from one brothel to the next or work in various locationsLive in groups in the same place where you work, and leave those premises infrequentlyDepend on your employer for a number of services, including work, food, transportation and accommodationBe escorted whenever you go and/or return from work and other outside activitiesHave tattoos or other marks indicating ‘ownership’ by your exploitersWork long hours or have few if any days offSleep where you workLive or travel in a group, sometimes with other women who do not speak the same languageHave very few items of clothing. Taken into account with other indicators clothing may give an indication of a female being involved in prostitution.Only know how to say sex-related words in the local language or in the language of the client groupHave no cash of your ownBe disciplined through fines and threatsBe unable to show an identity documentBe afraid to reveal who is controlling you and lie about your storyBe subjected to insults, abuse, threats or violenceYour mobile phone keeps ringing when you are out.Live with the person employing you.Be unable to move freelyBe subject to insults, abuse, threats or violenceHave a mobile telephone containing text messages with addresses to find locationsHave untreated injuries or illnesses, be in poor health, have sexually transmitted diseases, blood borne viruses etc.Children exhibiting sexualized behaviour or language. Human trafficking for removal of organsPeople who have been trafficked for the purpose of the removal of the organs of a person may:Have unexplained scarring in kidney areaShow signs of inexpert surgery/ infections.