• The importance of working successfully with statutory and commissioned services 

  • The link between multiple levels of deprivation and targeting of vulnerable young people 

  • Understanding ‘Contextual Safeguarding Risks’  

  • Health and Wellbeing impact on our most vulnerable

  • County Lines – main drugs lines operating between London and Counties across England and Wales 

  • The importance of joint Information Sharing

  • Internal Trafficking and the links to Missing Children 

  • Better understanding the impact on Looked After Children (LAC), girls and other vulnerable groups

  • Appreciating the inextricable link to Child Sexual Exploitation CSE) and other forms of Exploitation

  • Identifying the reasons young people might get involved in gangs

  • Building knowledge of grooming processes and how gangs provide dysfunctional alternatives to ‘family’

  • How young people are cynically manipulated through ‘Social Media’

  • Metropolitan, County and District perspectives 

  • Best practice

  • Relevant National, County and District structures and processes 
  • Available effective Risk Assessment tools and methods   

  • Standard Referral Mechanisms  

  • What to look for ‘signs of gang involvement’ 

  • How best respond to vulnerable ‘gang affected’ clients 

  • Relevant Case Studies 

  • Mental Trauma considerations 

  • The importance of building ‘Trusting Relationships’ with clients and partners

 
 

The training has been certified and evaluated previously by NHS England Representatives, so we would be happy to issue pdf Professional Development/Training Certificates to staff attending

 

 

These courses have been delivered to:

NHS England
Sussex, Surrey CCG
NELFT
Devon and Cornwall PCC
Torbay District Council
Hampshire CC
Surrey CC
Sussex CC

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