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A Toolbox for Professionals Introduction This toolbox is intended to help you explore the vulnerabilities and indicators of risk present in the case of a child or young person that you think might be experiencing or be at risk of sexual exploitation.
It includes resources targeted for children and young people, families and professionals. It is intended to help you think about what the risks might be to the child or young person and what to do about the information you have.
Consequently, your use of the toolbox may not be identical to that of colleagues working in other agencies and authorities. However, in collecting and organising your thoughts, observations and relevant information you have it should generate supporting evidence for making assessments and help others understand your thinking.
Best practice in this area of work comprises collaboration within and across disciplines, agencies and teams and requires up-to-date knowledge and understanding of key concepts and legislative frameworks.
Your line manager will be able to help you identify your developmental needs in this area along with any appropriate training opportunities. Definition Child sexual exploitation is a form of child sexual abuse.
The victim may have been sexually exploited even if the sexual activity appears consensual. Child sexual exploitation does not always involve physical contact; it can also occur through the use of technology.
There are robust legal definitions of the child and slightly more complex ideas about what constitutes a young person . In essence, a child or young person is anyone up to the age of The statutory responsibilities for safeguarding this group are extended to older individuals receiving services on the basis of specific vulnerabilities.
Consequently, our responsibilities for safeguarding in cases involving former looked after children and anyone with special educational needs extend to the age of However, if the CSE toolbox approach is useful there is no reason why it could not be taken in cases with older vulnerable people.
Who is the toolbox for? In principle, anyone working with children or young people who are potentially vulnerable to the risks of being sexually exploited and abused can use the toolbox. Primarily this is likely to be those working in public, social and welfare services like the police, social care, education and health.
Whatever your contact with children and young people is, you could make use of the toolbox to help you think through any concerns you have about the possibility of sexual exploitation. When you do so it is important to bear in mind the following: Assessing vulnerabilities and risks of CSE are part of our wider responsibilities to safeguard the health, welfare and physical security of children and young people.
Therefore, whatever we do must be integrated into our organisations policies and procedures for meeting these responsibilities. Child sexual exploitation is complex and the experiences of vulnerable children and young people are likely to lie outside our own.
They are also likely to be emotionally challenging for us to process. These factors make us want to respond quickly increasing the likelihood of us making assumptions and over simplifying things.
So, it is vital that we share the assessment of risk with colleagues, specialists or champions and supervisors who can help us clarify our thinking, identify assumptions and construct relevant and accurate records.
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