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Education Report November 2022

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

Where were the parents?

The following quotes are taken from a discussion with a girl who was a victim of sexual exploitation by multiple perpetrators for over a year. Her comments on her parents’ role in this might surprise and shock by showing that even with caring and protective parents a child can be at risk. When my case

Campaign Report September 2021

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside has released its latest Not In Our Community (NIOC) report that updates on local activity to raise awareness of child exploitation and grooming.  From a new hard-hitting short film, a music video, an animation for young people, an interactive ‘choose what happens next’ film, to

Scunthorpe-produced film to raise awareness of child exploitation

The latest film from our Not In Our Community Campaign, produced in Scunthorpe, is launched on Wednesday 23rd June. Called ‘Trapped’, the film aims to educate viewers on the issues surrounding child exploitation and encourages people to report incidents as quickly as possible. Trapped is a true North Lincolnshire production, with young people from the area

Launch of e-learning platform to raise awareness of child exploitation

NIOC Interact is a comprehensive e-learning platform dedicated to education about grooming leading to sexual and criminal exploitation. NIOC Interact is the fourth element of the Not In Our Community 5-in-5 campaign, bringing new and exciting, locally co-produced resources launched across the Humberside Police force area every week over 5 weeks. #5in5 Films produced and released

Launch of Interactive Film on Child Criminal Exploitation

The latest in a trio of films about child criminal exploitation has been launched today. Ryan’s Story follows the launch of Alfie’s Story and Chloe’s Story, and gives viewers a chance to make choices on behalf of Ryan, a young person facing difficult decisions. Watch and take part in Ryan’s Story at The film was

Launch of Exploitation Animation

The Humber Modern Slavery Partnership and local award-winning production company My Pockets have produced an animation and resource pack for Not In Our Community to be used by teachers, parents and support workers to educate 10–12 year-olds on the dangers of Child Criminal and Sexual Exploitation. The animation, called ‘Anywhere Kids’ is the second stage

Not In Our Community Report Published

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner has published the latest Not In Our Community (NIOC) report as part of an ongoing commitment to raising awareness in grooming and exploitation of young people and across our communities. Alongside our successful social media campaign, we produce resources and stories based on real life events that

(No More) County Lines Music Video Launched

A new music video, aimed at raising awareness of child exploitation and specifically County Lines, was launched on Tuesday 25 May at Albemarle Music Centre in Hull. The music video, ‘(No More) County Lines’, has been produced as part of a continuing collaboration between Hull-based hip-hop collective The Beats Bus, creative agency INIT Creative and

Michael’s Story: A new way to share stories through social media

Michael’s Story is an innovative new alternative ending victim story which was shared across Instagram in individual parts and then as story albums on Facebook, with each alternative ending shared separately. With each Instagram post, an interactive Instagram story with questions related to each part was added at the same time, allowing followers to get