CSE Awareness Day 2018

Sunday 18 March 2018 is National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day, organised by the National Working Group; it aims to highlight the issues surrounding CSE; encouraging everyone to think, spot and speak out against abuse and adopt a zero tolerance to adults developing inappropriate relationships with children or children developing inappropriate relationships with other children.

How can you show your support and help raise awareness?

Join the Thunderclap - Itís easy to be a part of STOP CSE Thunderclap. Visit the Thunderclap website to register and at 12:00 on the 18 March, youíll be a part of the biggest STOP CSE social shout 2018 has seen.

Write and share a pledge - Help raise awareness on the day by writing a personal pledge on your hand to show your support, posting to your social media with the hashtag #HelpingHands. this external link will open in a new window

What are Cumbria LSCB doing?

To help highlight CSE in Cumbria we're working with partners including Cumbria Police, Cumbria County Council Children's Services, Cumbria Partnership Foundation Trust and the NSPCC, to hold a Facebook chat, the chat will be live on the Police Facebook page from Monday 19 Ė Friday 23 March 2018.

Join the chat and ask your questions about Child Sexual Exploitation - whether you're a young person who is concerned about a friend, or a parent who wants to be able to spot the signs of CSE.

During the event there will also be a link to ask questions anonymously.

Further information

If youíre a child or young person and would like more information then visit this page on our website http://cumbrialscb.com/children/links.asp

If youíre a parent and would like more information then visit this page on our website http://cumbrialscb.com/parents/cse.asp

If youíre a professional and would like more information then visit this page on our website http://cumbrialscb.com/professionals/cse/default.asp

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