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Free Event – Grand Victoria Hotel, Bradford | Thursday 13th February 2014 | 8.45am – 4.30pm

After a recent number of high profile reports focusing on child sexual exploitation the aim of the event is to give a holistic view of the different challenges that need to be considered in order to plan a workable strategy to tackle sexual exploitation.

This event will be of interest to those involved in setting policy, planning strategies and awareness raising both in the community and in the Children and Young People’s workforce.

Places are limited, register your interest by emailing:

The all day event includes sessions from: 

Zoe Lodrick MSc, BA (Hons), Dip (psych.), Dip (couns.), UKCP – The Psychology of Victims and perpetrators

Understanding motivations and behaviour enables us to provide better support for victims whilst allowing us to disrupt perpetrator’s tactics.

Paul Hill (Bradford Safeguarding Children Board Manager) and Terry Long (Chief Inspector, West Yorkshire Police) – Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation in Bradford: A Work in Progress

Find out about efforts to tackle CSE in the Bradford area, the lessons learned and challenges faced by the co-located multi-agency service in implementing  a strategic approach.

Tom Duffin (Parents against Child Sexual Exploitation, Pace) – Parental Perspectives of Child Sexual Exploitation

Phil Mitchell (The BLAST project) – The Sexual Exploitation of Boys and Young Men

An introduction to the grooming and sexual exploitation of boys and young men, including myths and gender stereotypes.

Taylor Austin Little (Basis Training) – Exploring the victims experience of current grooming strategies

With much of the final OCC report on child sexual exploitation focusing on peer to peer grooming Taylor Austin Little will be discussing victims’ experiences from basis training’s charitable project Isis.

Places are limited, register your interest by emailing: