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The multi-agency Practice Principles for responding to child exploitation and extra-familial harm are designed to support effective partnership working across different local contexts; providing a common language and framework to better respond to child exploitation and extra-familial harm[1].

Thanks to the Child Criminal and Sexual Exploitation teams, this video talks you through how to make a good Multi Agency Referral, setting out where you can help our teams and what information to include. This video also covers use of the Gang Involvement /Association Tool (GAT) and the CSE Risk Assessment...

Gender and Exploitation

Sat, 22 Oct 2022

We have likely all made assumptions based on another person's gender at some point in our lives. These assumptions are often based on stereotypical notions of who is 'male' and who is 'female', how men and women should act, and what is 'proper' or expected for one's gender. Such assumptions can have...

This toolkit, put together by the Contextual Safeguarding Network, helps schools and community organisations to respond to youth violence. It aims to help schools to assess safety in their setting and provides resources supporting the implementation of contextual interventions within community settings...

This self-assessment toolkit, put together by the Contextual Safeguarding Network, aims to support schools to address Harmful Sexual Behaviours.

Contextual Safeguarding: Lessons Learned and Next Steps (PDF, 1.5 Mb)

PowerPoint presentation by Carlene Firmin, Professor of Social Work, Durham University on Contextual Safeguarding, covering:

  • What it is and what it isn't
  • Key features of implementation
  • Key steps for alignment with the Contextual Safeguarding values and framework

You can access her keynote speech from the...