The NSPCC reported that over 50,000 children were identified across the country as needing protection from abuse in 2016. In addition, with a rise in cases across the country of child sexual exploitation, now is the time to tackle this growing crisis.
With this in mind, interested parties are invited to attend the Child Sexual Exploitation Conference on 28th November 2017 in Central London. Delegates attending will hear from leading keynote speakers to examine how a multi-agency partnership can help early identification of potential grooming, and learn best practice case studies on how to provide innovative initiatives to tackle CSE crimes.
Keynote speakers includes NWG Network, NSPCC, Association of Police and Crime Commissioners, National Crime Agency, and Public Health England.
Morning Keynote by Ann Coffey MP, Member for Stockport and Chair – All-Party Parliamentary Group on Runaway and Missing Children and Adults, Houses of Parliament
Taking the Necessary Steps to Confront Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation
• Outlining the current CSE landscape and the government’s aims moving forward
• Examining the latest works and developments of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Runaway and Missing Children and Adults, with a particular focus on CSE
• Evaluating the key findings of the two commissioned reports on Child Sexual Exploitation in Greater Manchester and next steps for the local area in tackling CSE
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The PO can be sent after your booking. You will receive a CPD Certificate and all speaker presentations after the event.
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