Child Sexual Exploitation

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Briefing. Concerns Network Meeting . Operation Striver. Revised April 2015. DfE CSE Action Plan - definition. …...is long, but in summary it. “. involves children and young people receiving something – for example, accommodation, drugs, gifts or affection – as a result of them performing s.... ID: 413594 Download Presentation

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Child Sexual ExploitationBriefing

Concerns Network Meeting Operation Striver

Revised April 2015

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DfE CSE Action Plan - definition

…...is long, but in summary it “involves children and young people receiving something – for example, accommodation, drugs, gifts or affection – as a result of them performing sexual activities, or having others perform sexual activities on them. It can occur without physical contact, when children are groomed to post sexual images of themselves on the internet.” (Govt. Action Plan Pg 4)Remember: there are also links between runaways (children that go missing) and child sexual exploitation.

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Aims of Operation Striver

To build on the work established in the CityTo establish a network of Multi-Agency professionals who can share low level, non-emergency intelligence / information with the police Police to share appropriate intelligence with agenciesFor intelligence to be used to disrupt activities, develop a ‘problem profile’ and determine policing prioritiesCan be particularly useful in terms of LACTo ensure a proportionate response to the intelligenceInformation sharing can be via the Operation Striver form sent to cnm@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk

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City results so far

Membership of the concerns network has grownBetter partnership workingPlanned creative disruption tacticsInformation gathered successfully pieces together highlighted risksPositive feedback from regulatorsExample of case: hotel potentiallyused for exploitation has led to training staff

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County model

Operation Striver form disseminated widely across County agenciesBi-monthly concerns network meeting led by CSC and the PoliceInitial membership:CSCPoliceDistrict CouncilHealthTSSYouth servicesOther professionals to join as appropriate

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What information can be shared?

Locations

Fast FoodHotelsAddressesAreas VehiclesMake / modelVRMPhone numbersMobile Email

People

Names / Nicknames Persons who could present a risk to children Concerning BehaviourDaytime / Evenings Dress Alcohol / Drug Usage

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What it isn’t

A quick fixA replacement for referring individual children to the appropriate agenciesThere won’t necessarily be feedback from shared intelligence

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Training and resources

DfE CSE Supplementary guidance to Working Together 2009NSCB CSE practice guidance NSCB one day multi-agency CSE training NSCB e-learningNSPCC Underwear rule resourcesCEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre. www.ceop.police.uk & www.thinkuknow.co.ukCEOP for teachers resources Jigsaw dvd The Blast Project, BLAST Leeds (training re Sexual exploitation of boys and young men). Barnardos Cut them free campaignBarnardos ‘Innocence’ DVD (Google is easiest) DfE guidance Step-by step guide for practitionersNSPCC Child line Project: (funded through the DfE) Free of charge to all primary schools and pupils in Years 5 & 6. Contact Emma Grishin NSPCC Area Child Line Coordinator email:- EGrishin@NSPCC.org.uk or Tel: 0115 9258602.NSPCC School resourcesBARNARDOS resources

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