Information and advice centre
- Children's social care services
- Coping strategies
- Online abuse
- Removed from home
Getting help from the police
Advice about how to work with the police and current legislation.
Understand how to write and record information about your child’s exploitation that can be used by the police as evidence.
If your child is missing
If your child is missing you must report them as missing to the police.
Using the law to protect your child (CSE)
An overview of the existing legislation on sexual offences.
Disclosures of sexual exploitation
Learn what steps to take if your child tells you they have been sexually exploited.
Living and coping with child exploitation
It is so important to remember that you are not to blame for the exploitation of your child.
Understanding online risks
Harassment by exploiters
Find out how to take action against harassment
If your child is over 16
Understanding the law for children who are 16 and 17.
If it is unsafe for your child to live at home
Learn about the options available if it is has been decided it is unsafe for your child to stay at the family home.
Police disruption tools
Understand the disruptive measures that can be used by the police against offenders of child exploitation.
Sex offender disclosure scheme
How to run a police check on a suspected offender.
Supporting your child in court
Understand some of the terminology and processes involved in court.
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