The Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation Conference 2019 will explore leading solutions and practical insights into effectively preventing, tackling and identifying child sexual exploitation across the UK.
Through key policy updates and best practice sessions delegates will assess how to enhance multi-agency responses, the next steps in improving children’s understanding and resilience to CSE and how all services can deliver outstanding safeguarding to protect children at risk.
Reasons to Attend
the latest insights on effectively identifying and preventing child sexual exploitation
the next steps in supporting high quality multi-agency responses to support children at risk
how children can be better educated on healthy relationships and the risks of exploitative behaviour
solutions in preventing online grooming and tackling online perpetrators
insights into supporting high quality training and professional development for safeguarding professionals
the role of an effective public health approach in protecting both victims and children at risk of CSE
innovative strategies being utilised by the police to disrupt and prevent CSE activity
with leaders from across the public sector seeking innovative approaches in challenging CSE
- CSE Team Managers
- CSE Coordinators
- Heads of Safeguarding
- Safeguarding Leads and Officers
- Directors of Children’s Services
- Chairs of Local Safeguarding Boards
- Social Workers
- Child Protection Officers
- Detective Chief Inspectors
- Detective Constables
- Detective Inspectors
- Named Nurses for Safeguarding Children
- Specialist and Child Safeguarding Nurses
- Headteachers and Assistant Headteachers
- Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs)
- Chief Executives
- Victim Advocates
*This Conference is also open to the wider public sector and private sector organisations to support networking and debate.
Great day - useful, relevant information and a forward thinking agenda
Quality Development and Compliance Manager, Lancashire Constabulary
Excellent variation of speakers from different agencies giving insights and shared knowledge from across the field
Safeguarding Sergeant, Thames Valley Police
I felt that it was a very well organised Conference. The speakers were passionate about their role which was apparent within their presentations.
Designated Safeguarding Lead, Hopewell School
Interesting and useful speakers - given us a lot of ideas on how to move forward organisationally to tackle the issue of CSE in a more robust way as there is still a long way to go.
Children's Services Practitioner, NSPCC
It was my first time attending and I found the whole event insightful and a valuable opportunity to network.