(CSE) Child Sexual Exploitation
- How do gangs recruit and coerce young people?
- Child exploitation modern slavery A4 poster
- Think boys
- Different dangers same signs
- Keeping children safe during the holidays
- Spot the signs of sexual exploitation poster
- Positive relationships help to break the cycle
- Push and pull factors
- Spot the signs
- Spotting a runaway child
- What makes a good relationship?
Prevent and Radicalization
Mental Health and Wellbeing
- MOTIVE8 help & support booklet
- Social media & mental health
- Social pressures’ linked to the appearance
- Social pressures’ linked to friends and followers
- Social pressures linked to influencers
- Staffordshire and Stroke-On-Tret wellbeing service leaflet
- Traumatic bereavement guidance for children and young people
- Traumatic bereavement clinical guide
- Young people accessing drugs online
Priority 1: To safeguard young people we work with from actual and potential harm
GET URGENT HELP IF IT IS AN EMERGENCY
If you are in an emergency and there is risk to life (that can be your own or another person’s), call 999.
Are you a young person in crisis?
Text the YoungMinds Crisis Messenger for free 24/7 support across the UK if you are experiencing a mental health crisis.
- If you need urgent help, text YM to 85258.
- All texts are answered by trained volunteers, with support from experienced clinical supervisors.
- Texts are free from EE, O2, Vodafone, 3, Virgin Mobile, BT Mobile, GiffGaff, Tesco Mobile and Telecom Plus.
You can also call Childline for free to speak to someone about what’s happening and how you’re feeling.
Find your local NHS urgent mental health helpline (England only) for 24-hour advice and support.
Are you an adult in crisis?
Samaritans have a free helpline you can call. It’s open 24 hours, 365 days of the year. They also offer email support.
YEA! Safeguarding Team
TALK TO OUR SAFEGUARDING TEAM
If you are concerned about the safety and wellbeing of yourself or someone you know please use the form below to raise a Safeguarding Concern and a member of our safeguarding team will be in touch. If you feel there is an immediate risk to to life or safety of anyone please call 999.
Priority 2: To prevent young people we work with from being drawn into terrorism and radicalisation
Spotting the signs of radicalisation
Radicalisation can be really difficult to spot. Signs that may indicate a young person is being radicalised include:
- isolating themselves from family and friends
- talking as if from a scripted speech
- unwillingness or inability to discuss their views
- a sudden disrespectful attitude towards others
- increased levels of anger
- increased secretiveness, especially around internet use.
Young people who are at risk of radicalisation may have low self-esteem, or be victims of bullying or discrimination. Extremists might target them and tell them they can be part of something special, later brainwashing them into cutting themselves off from their friends and family.
However, these signs don’t necessarily mean a young person is being radicalised – it may be normal teenage behaviour or a sign that something else is wrong.
Priority 3: To support young people we work with to actively participate in decisions that affect their future
Listed below is a link to Apprenticeship Vacancies. This site allows you to view and apply for Apprenticeships across England. There is also a link to our own job page where you can find our Apprenticeship and employment vacancies.
- The National Apprenticeship Service
- National Careers Service
- TTI Apprenticeships
- Finding an apprenticeship
- YEA Job Portal