Education Report November 2022

 In Campaign News, New Resource

Earlier this year, we shared our Summer 2022 update, where we launched our new film for teachers, youth workers and other professionals, to show how we can use education to identify, prevent and disrupt grooming and child exploitation.

Within that report we also advised of our new offer of funded in-person sessions* for schools and youth clubs. This started as a pilot phase for Summer 2022 and, due to its success, has been extended to run until March 2023.

Our latest report has been designed as both an update, and also as a promotional tool, for that work.

Download the report here

Looking ahead, Jonathan Evison, Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside, is committed to improving education and support for young people, preventing them being impacted by crime. More information on this can be found in his Police and Crime Plan (p13 and p16).

We’re grateful for any help in sharing this latest update report and the news of our funded in-person sessions on grooming and exploitation.

For further information about the sessions available, or to book one in for your school, please contact for details.

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