County Lines in Essex – Free Parent Webinar

Posted on: November 8, 2021

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County Lines in Essex – Free Parent Webinar by Pace (Parents Against Child Exploitation)

The aim of these sessions is to provide an opportunity for parents to understand the signs of exploitation and increase their confidence and knowledge to respond safely and effectively.

The objectives :

  • Understand what child exploitation is
  • Understand what county lines are
  • Understand the signs of child exploitation
  • Learn how children are groomed online
  • Understand the behaviours of exploited
  • Learn how to approach a potentially exploited child
  • Learn where to get support and further information

Audience

The target audience will be those parents that have little or no understanding of what exploitation looks like and will be accessible to all parents, whether or not their child has been involved with any agency or law enforcement .

Session Content

Each pilot area will run 2 sessions to the same audience and build on the 1st session.

Session 1 will cover :

1.What is the webinar about?

  1. What is CCE?
  2. What is it like in Essex
  3. County Lines
  4. How does it happen?
  5. What would I see?
  6. What might happen to my child?
  7. Why won’t they tell me?
  8. What can I do?
  9. What can I expect from others?

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Author: Jade Bolton
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