18th March was a National Day of Awareness for Child Exploitation
We all have a responsibility to be aware of the potential signs of child exploitation and how to respond to safeguard our children and young people. Please take time to look at these resources and share the messages with colleagues, parents and young people.
Some websites that are helpful:
Please contact Aspire for any advice or support you may need in relation to child exploitation and if a child or young person is at risk, please contact the Police on 101, or 999 if the risk is immediate. There is also a LiveChat function on GMP website, which young people may find more accessible to report concerns.
Let's all try to be the difference for our young people!