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Motivations of Child Sexual Exploitation Offenders: Disrupt, Treat, Manage?

CSE Event GraphicThe Motivations of Child Sexual Exploitation Offenders: Disrupt, Treat, Manage? took place on Wednesday 28 March 2018 at Middlesbrough Football Club.

 

Event Content

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner hosted an event to raise awareness and share best practice in understanding and preventing Child Sexual Exploitation, following a ground-breaking study into the motivations of offenders conducted by Barefoot Research.

A full copy of the research can be found HERE.

Over 180 delegates attended the event from a variety of public and third sector organisations.


Speakers 

A number of speakers provided an insight into Child Sexual Exploitation terms of the current picture and the future direction in tackling crime. The agenda for the day included the following presentations / workshops:

Welcome and Introduction
Barry Coppinger - Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland

What we know: a picture of Child Sexual Exploitation in Cleveland
Chief Superintendent Anne-Marie Salwey - Cleveland Police

The complexities of Child Sexual Exploitation and the Criminal Justice Process
Nazir Afzal - Former Chief Crown Prosecutor for the North West of England

Research on CSE perpetrators in organised networks
Dr Verena Braehler and Graham Sadler - Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA)

What Offenders Tell Us
Dr Christopher Hartworth - Barefoot Research

Understanding child sexual abuse and preventing the viewing of indecent images of children online
Donald Findlater - Child Safeguarding Consultant to The Lucy Faithfull Foundation

The Victim Journey
Nicky Harkin - Arch North East

A Community Response
Tammy Banks - Yorkshire, Humberside and Lincolnshire Circles of Support

Liaison and Diversion Scheme - Intervention in police custody
Ian Forsyth & Sarah Legg - All Age Liaison & Diversion Team, Tees, Esk & Wear Valley NHS Trust

Preventing child sexual abuse and exploitation using the public health framework
Donald Findlater, Child Safeguarding Consultant to The Lucy Faithfull Foundation

Roundup and what’s next
Barry Coppinger, Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland

 

Conference Pack and Presentations

The following files contains the agenda and presentations from the event:

Agenda (PDF, 304KB)
What We Know - Chief Superintendent Anne Marie Salwey & Steven Rookes (PDF, 1.19MB)
The complexities of Child Sexual Exploitation - Nazir Afzal (Link to Youtube)
Research of CSE perpetrators - Dr Verena Braehler and Graham Sadler (PDF, 640KB)
What Offenders Tell Us - Dr Christopher Hartworth (PDF, 804KB)
Understanding child sexual abuse - Dr Donald Findlater (PDF, 2.05KB)
The Victim Journey - Nicky Harkin (PDF, 378KB)
A Community Response - Tammy Banks (PDF, 2.07KB)
Liaison and Diversion Scheme - Ian Forsyth & Sarah Legg (PDF, 213KB)
Preventing child sexual abuse and exploitation using the public health framework - Donald Findlater (PDF, 1.6MB)
 

 
 
 
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