The following guidance outlines the principles which underpin best practice interventions to safeguard children and young people from sexual exploitation
The BSCB CSE strategy sets out the commitment of Bristol Safeguarding Children Board (BSCB) and stakeholders to tackle Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in a co-ordinated, multi-agency and strategic manner, and to support victims in mitigating the impact of CSE.
The BSCB CSE Strategy has been translated for young people by Barnardo’s.
Free From Fear film premiere, designed by young people, to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation among young people.
The following document provides a list of the professional services responding to Child Sexual Exploitation across Bristol.
Fraser and Bichard guidelines are national guidance in relation to responding to reports of sexual activity involving young people under 16.
A new CSE resource about peer-on-peer sexual exploitation to raise awareness with professionals has been developed by NWG, Barnardo’s and the Met Police. This can be found at the following link: www.barnardos.org.uk/cse-can-you-see-it
As well as multi agency training provided by the BSCB, training around sexual health services for young people can be found at https://www.4ypbristol.co.uk/for-professionals.
Guidance is also available for non statutory organisations