Edinburgh, United Kingdom, November 26, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Capita’s Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation Conference is designed to assist your organisation in embedding early identification techniques and effectively safeguarding children at risk of sexual exploitation (CSE) within your remit.
In light of the recent findings of Operation Latisse, in which over 30 million indecent images of children were seized, there is an ever increasing need to work with partner organisations to develop robust preventative strategies.
Developed in consultation with colleagues from across local government, education, police and the health sector, this conference examines the nature of CSE in Scotland and shares examples from frontline professionals on how to ensure your organisation’s child protection and safeguarding measures are as comprehensive as possible.
Key topics covered include:
Building effective multi-agency partnerships and improving information sharing
Understanding young people’s digital interactions and how online grooming occurs
Educating children, parents and frontline staff to be aware of the early signs of CSE
Understanding the links between CSE, children missing education, looked after children and unaccompanied refugee children
Attend this event to benefit from learning derived from prior CSE cases and gain insight into other organisations’ prevention and support measures.
Contact: Veronika Blaskova on 020 7202 0571 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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