Sunderland Safeguarding Children Partnership

MSET - Missing, Slavery, Exploited and Trafficked

Quick Guide to MSET

Trafficking and NRM Quick Guide

Criminal Exploitation Briefing

Home Office County Lines Pack

NSPCC What is the Dark Web?

#lookcloser prevention

SafeCall - supporting children and young people affected by county lines and missing

Keep Them Safe  - Protecting Children from Sexual Exploitation

Tackling Child Exploitation

County Lines video by National County Lines Coordination Centre

One Minute Guide to Disruption- TfC have created this guide to help partners find disruption techniques that work for them.

Impactful video created by Surrey Police to raise awareness of exploitation, click here to view this. 

Child trafficking - Every Child Protected Against Trafficking (ECPAT) has published a briefing looking at immigration outcomes for children who have been trafficked into the UK.  Read the press release: New data obtained from the Home Office shows only 2% of child victims of trafficking are given Discretionary Leave to Remain in the UK
Read the briefing: Nationality and Borders Bill: immigration outcomes for child victims of trafficking 
See the Bill: Nationality and Borders Bill

The House of Commons Library has published a briefing on youth violence and county lines drug dealing. Read the news story: Serious youth violence
Read the report: Serious youth violence: county lines drug dealing and the government response (PDF)

The Commission on Young Lives has published a report looking at ways to support families to keep young people safe from gang exploitation and abuse. Read the news story: The Commission on Young Lives publishes new report - ''a new partnership with families: supporting families to keep teenagers safe from gangs, exploitation and abuse"
Read the report: A new partnership with families: supporting families to keep teenagers safe from gangs, exploitation and abuse (PDF)

The Independent Review of Children’s Social Care in England has published a blog discussing harms outside the home, which is one of the areas under consideration by the review. The blog focusses on the criminal exploitation of children and young people in and on the edge of care
Read the blog: Children in care are being pulled in to do the dirty work on county lines

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