Child Criminal Exploitation: Identification, Understanding CCE and Supporting Children and Families

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Child Criminal Exploitation (CCE) is an area which is increasingly under scrutiny. No longer just a policing issue, schools are now an integral part of the multi-agency response to CCE. This webinar will support school leaders and safeguarding leads to understand CCE in practice, defining key terms and highlighting relevant case studies. It will focus on ways schools can co-operate with other agencies to support children and families where exploitation is a risk factor and provide more clarity around schools obligations towards CCE.

Learning Outcomes

  • Key terms and definitions

  • Thinking about language in relation to criminal exploitation

  • Considering the multi-agency response including where criminality is a factor

  • Noticing and understanding criminal exploitation

  • Risk factors

  • The policy context

  • Means to support children and families

Dan Martin

About The Expert

Dan Martin

National Children's Bureau safeguarding expert responsible for a range of national policy projects
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