Child Sexual Exploitation and Boys briefing

During Safeguarding Week 2017 North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board delivered Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and Boys briefing across five localities in North Yorkshire. The briefings covered:

  • Local context to CSE
  • Current and forthcoming Training
  • Raising the profile of CSE and boys
  • Sexually Harmful Behaviours
  • Response to recent Serious Case Reviews.
  • Developments in North Yorkshire around CSE and Boys

A total of 87 professionals attended these events.

The CSE and Boys briefing presentation can be accessed and shared amongst teams:  http://www.safeguardingchildren.co.uk/admin//uploads/resources/boys-cse-presentation-briefing.pdf

BLAST have published a video clip (Below) and additional material from relating to this Serious Case Review http://www.mesmac.co.uk/projects/blast/for-professionals/serious-case-review

 

 

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