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Training Front-Line Staff to Improve Understanding of Child Criminal Exploitation

Almost 10,000 children were arrested for drug or weapon offences between 2019 and 2020, 15% of these children were first-time offenders aged 10-14. In this video, Derby City Council, Derbyshire County Council and Derbyshire police share how they have equipped staff to work in partnership between services, safeguarding children and preventing child criminal exploitation in a local and regional capacity.

Understanding New Methods of Child Criminal Exploitation

There were 12,720 children identified by social services as being at risk of child criminal exploitation by gangs between March 2021-2022. In this video, Abbee McLatchie, Director of Youth Work at the National Youth Agency discusses some of the challenges young people face which make them vulnerable to criminal exploitation and how services can better engage with them to provide support.

The Preventing Child Sexual Exploitation Conference: Working in Schools to Prevent Exploitation and Gang Involvement

Nicci MacGillivray from the St Giles Trust speaks to us about ways of working in schools to prevent exploitation and gang involvement.

The Preventing Child Sexual Exploitation Conference: The ThinkuKnow Programme and Online CSA during Covid-19

Marie Smith from the National Crime Agency talks to us about maintaining online safety for children during Covid-19.

Safeguarding Children and Young People: Partnership Working, and Child Sexual Abuse in the Family Environment

Paul D'Iverno, HMI Specialist Advisor Child Protection Ofsted, spoke about multi-agency safeguarding arrangements at The Child Safeguarding and Young People Conference, 2020.

Safeguarding Children and Young People: Real-Time Monitoring of Substance Abusing Parents

Chris Miller, Chair at Harrow Local Safeguarding Children's Board spoke about monitoring drug and substance abuse in parents as a new way of safeguarding children, at The Child Safeguarding and Young People Conference, 2020.

Safeguarding Children and Young People: The Barnardos See, Hear, Respond Programme

Amanda Naylor, Head of See Hear Respond Programme at Barnardos, spoke about the impact of the programme at The Child Safeguarding Conference, 2020.

Safeguarding Children from Sexual Abuse in the Family Environment – a Multi-Agency Approach

Together, Ofsted, the CQC, HMI Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services and HMI Probation have produced a report following joint targeted area inspections (JTAIs). The report considers the practices of the individual agencies, as well as the effectiveness of multi-agency working arrangements.
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