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Sexual Offences Act 2003

The Sexual Offences Act 2003 provides a clear, modern framework to protect the public from sexual crimes.This leaflet sets out the main laws designed to protect children and families.

Further leaflets in this series cover the laws designed to protect adults, and the laws which affect those who work with children or with people with mental disorders. These leaflets are:

Working within the Sexual Offences Act


Child Death Overview Process

For information about the Child Death Overview Process please click the link below:


Sexting

For information from CDOP on sexting with young people visit here:

  • Sexting

Say Something Campaign

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Launch of new resources for eight to ten year olds

CEOP Education Team have released a new resource "Play Like Share" which is a three-episode animated series and accompanying resource pack.

Be Safe Guide

Barnardo's has produced a guid for parents and carers designed to help you protect your child against these dangers – giving you clear, practical and useable advice.

NWG CSE Response Unit

The NWG Network have established and manage the national CSE Response Unit. In line with the Department for Education’s requirements, they have implement a model developed to meet the needs of professionals tackling CSE, drawing on the best of...

Annual Reports for 2015-2016

In accordance with Working Together 2015 an annual report for the NYSCB has been completed and was accepted by the Board. The Child Death Overview Panel has also completed an annual report which was presented to the Board. ...

New Vulnerability Checklist

All agencies working within North Yorkshire Children’s Trust and North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board have a responsibility to address the needs of children and young people in their area.

The 'Pink Book' - Self-harm and suicidal behaviour

The ‘Pink book’ offers guidance for staff working with children and young people in North Yorkshire under the age of 18 (under 25 for those with disabilities or for care leavers) who self-harm or feel suicidal. It is targeted at...

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