REPORT IT

HELP AND ADVICE

REGIONAL

  • West Midlands Police - call 101
  • call or text 'Stop CSE' on 116000 or visit ::http://www.nwgnetwork.org/for-young-people/
  • Crimestoppers in confidence on 0800 555 111 or visit ::http://crimestoppers-uk.org
  • Birmingham Children's Society - support for young people - 0121 212 5599 ::The Children's Society
  • Birmingham & Solihull Rape & Sexual Violence Project (RSVP)- 0121 6430301 ::RSVP
  • Birmingham & Solihull Women’s Aid – 0808 800 0028 ::BSWAID
  • Coventry Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre (CRASAC) advice and support - 02476 277 777 ::CRASAC
  • Coventry & Warwickshire Safeline: Surviving Abuse Young People’s helpline - 0808 800 5007
  • Children's Society Streetwise Project (Coventry) support for affected young people - 02476 520 111
  • SWA (Sandwell Women's Aid) advice and support - 0121 553 0090  ::Sandwell Womens Aid
  • Walsall Street Teams  - 01922 621208 ::Walsall Street Team
  • Black Country Women’s Aid Young People’s Services (works with male and female victims)  0121 553 0090
  • Base 25 Young People’s Services in Wolverhampton - 01902 572020

NATIONAL

  • PACE - Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - advice and support for concerned or affected families ::paceuk
  • Childline - visit childline.org.uk to have an online chat with a counsellor - 0800 1111 ::ChildLine
  • NSPCC - advice and support - 0808 800 5000 ::NSPCC
  • National CSE Helpline - A new 24/7 helpline for people to call or text anonymously - 116 000.
  • CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre)  keeping safe online – information for children, teachers and adults - 0870 000 3344 visit ::CEOP
  • This is Abuse - information on abusive relationships for teenagers ::This is Abuse

RESOURCES

  • The CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) website has an excellent searchable database of resources for use with different key stages on a range of safeguarding issues, including its free ‘THINK U KNOW’ (link) and Exploited resource packs aimed at supporting schools
  • The NSPCC has useful information and resources on CSE, including a factsheet for schools and a checklist for making sure your children avoid the dark side of the web
  • Barnardo’s has produced an award winning, interactive app, ‘Wud U?’, which educates young people about behaviours which could increase their risk of being exploited. It can be used in groups to help engage young people in discussions on sensitive issues.
  • Barnardo’s  ‘Real Love Rocks’ has resources focusing on helping children and young people to think and chat about relationships, what they are, and how to keep happy and safe in them, whether that’s now or in the future. One is aimed at primary school children in year 6 and there is another for young people in years 7-9 at secondary school.
  • Respect Yourself - Warwickshire County Council's website to help young people understand and manage relationships. The website covers everything from healthy relationships to sex, contraception and STIs.
CEOP
NSPCC
Barnardos Wud U? Barnardo’s  ‘Real Love Rocks’

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