Child Exploitation Awareness Day
Child Exploitation Awareness Day is March 18th.
Child exploitation takes many forms, and any child or young person can be exploited – there is no stereotypical victim.
We all need to:
- help prevent children becoming victims,
- be aware of the signs that a child might be being exploited, and
- speak out if we see something suspicious.
For everyone’s awareness
Parents and Carers
Spot the Warning Signs - STOP CE - (stop-ce.org)
Can you spot the abuser? - STOP CE - (stop-ce.org)
It's Not Okay - Real Stories (itsnotokay.co.uk)
Child Sexual Exploitation & How to Keep Your Child Safe | NSPCC including a helpline
Criminal exploitation and gangs | NSPCC including a helpline
Helpful Guides - STOP CE - (stop-ce.org)
There are several different guides. Ones to highlight are:
Northumbria police – County Lines Awareness for parents/carers
Northumbria Police - Sharing Nudes – a guide for parents and carers