Leaflet for Parents on spotting signs of Child Exploitation

Nov 16 2017

Leaflet for Parents on spotting signs of Child Exploitation

An important new leaflet has been produced by Lambeth Safeguarding Children Board called Child sexual exploitation guidance for parents, Carers and Families

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Lambeth Safeguarding Children Board
Find out more about the Board and its work here

How to get help and support
If you are concerned about your child, or another child being groomed or exploited, and would like advice or report a concern, please contact one of the following:

Lambeth Children’s Social Care: 0207 926 5000 (24/7)
Lambeth has a specific Child Sexual Exploitation Co-ordinator.

NSPCC
You can ring the NSPCC helpdesk on 0808 800 5000 to report concerns and get advice if you are concerned about your child being exploited. They can be accessed 24 hours a day.

Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation (PACE)
PACE offer a national support team who can talk to you about your immediate concerns, help you to assess the level of danger your child is in, and signpost you to agencies in your area. They take calls on 0113 2405226 during office hours, Monday to Friday.

Child Exploitation and Online Protection command (CEOP)
CEOP provide lots of information about helping your children to stay safe on line. You can report online concerns to them.

Parents Protect!
Parents Protect! is an information and resource website to help parents and carers better protect children from sexual abuse. It lists the Stop it Now! helpline 0808 1000900 where parents can get advice and support.

CRIMESTOPPERS
Crimestoppers guarantees anonymity to all callers and website users. If you are concerned a young person is being sexually exploited, call 0800 555 111 or visit the website to provide information.

National Working Group Network for Sexually Exploited Children and Young People (NWG Network)
The NWG is a UK network of practitioners working on the issue of child sexual exploitation (CSE) and trafficking within the UK. They offer helpful information for parents as well as real stories.

IF A CHILD IS IN IMMEDIATE DANGER, ALWAYS dial 999