TRAPPED filmed and Resources: Child Criminal Exploitation Through County Lines – County Lines Pathfinder (March 2023)

Published: 02/04/2023

Summary County Lines Pathfinder have shared a resource pack to raise awareness around grooming, risks posed to children who experience exploitation and support professionals to challenge pre-conceptions around child criminal exploitation. Description County Lines Pathfinder have shared their film with accompanying resource pack: TRAPPED. The resource aims to highlight the issues of child criminal exploitation…
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Criminal Exploitation Safety Planning Tool – County Lines Pathfinder (November 2022)

Published: 04/11/2022

Summary: County lines pathfinder have produced a criminal exploitation safety planning tool, aimed at managers to use in collaboration with case holders.
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Introduction to Exploitation for Front Line Workers Training – Serious Youth Violence Pathfinder (March 2022)

Published: 01/07/2022

Summary: Access to the training created by the Serious Youth Violence Pathfinder concerned with exploitation of children and vulnerable adults.
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Child Criminal Exploitation: Emerging and Promising Practice Approaches Paper – County Lines Pathfinder (April 2022)

Published: 03/05/2022

Summary County Lines Pathfinder have shared a short paper that brings together research, evaluations and serious case reviews to support practitioners and managers working effectively with criminally exploited children.  Description County Lines Pathfinder have completed a review of over 30 research reports, serious case reviews and evaluations to support practitioners with an easy-to-read resource; child…
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Keeping Safe: Supporting Conversations with Professionals Working with Children Experiencing Exploitation – County Lines Pathfinder (December 2021)

Published: 21/02/2022

Summary Suffolk County Council have shared a short tool to support a shared set of professional boundaries, associated assessment and plan for professionals to plan and support conversations with children experiencing exploitation. AimsThe aims of developing shared professional boundaries are to: Description Suffolk County Council have shared their keeping safe overview and as part of…
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Multi-Agency Child Criminal Exploitation Team Approach in Norwich: A Review – County Lines Pathfinder (August 2021)

Published: 10/12/2021

Summary Attached is the dissemination proforma for the review of the Norfolk Child Criminal Exploitation Team approach.  Description The Child Criminal Exploitation team pilot, which ran from August 2018 to September 2020, was a multi-agency pilot based in the Norwich area of Norfolk. The team was established in response to a growing number of children…
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