Our Special Interest Forums offer an opportunity for practitioners to discuss and debate issues relating to the sensitive nature of child sexual exploitation; to network, share good practice, discuss challenges and seek solutions. Open discussions take place in a secure and confidential environment. Our Police and Health forums are closed and only open to police and health professionals. Special Interest Forums include; Boys & Young Men, Practitioners, LSCB Strategic Leads, CSE Coordinators, Police, Serious Case Review, Participation, Health, Hotel and Licensing. Forums are £5 to attend and are open to all, allowing us to continue this vital work.
In-depth events offer an exploration of health, law enforcement, Safeguarding and Youth Participation in the context of Child Exploitation and Human Trafficking.
Our regular specialist seminars present an excellent learning opportunity to hear specialists in the field of CE in a small group setting, which is conducive to learning and discussion.
Access e-learning tools that offer awareness raising to frontline staff in bite sized ten minute sections with a certificate once assessment is completed.
Cody’s Choices is our interactive discussion tool aimed at one to one and group work with young people looking at risk scenarios and making choices. The accompanying comprehensive facilitator pack makes the delivery of this resource easy for practitioners to pick up and get started.
A community awareness programme. A popular resource which includes sample letters, posters, leaflets, documents and training aimed at, and employed by many hotels and licensing trades.
Our newsletters offer the most up to date news, including details on national events, legislation links, youth participation all of which you are invited to contribute to.
Our popular members surgery offers the chance for an appointment to be made for 1-2 hours and have a one to one, session with the team.
The Gold network have access to an online resource library which currently holds over 1,000 child sexual exploitation and human trafficking related resources including research papers, reports, policies and protocols, examples of effective practice and more.
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