The criminal exploitation of children and adults (many of whom are vulnerable) is an issue in Greater Manchester and addressing this problem is a priority for Programme Challenger. A key objective of the campaign is to encourage people to report their concerns to the police or to Crimestoppers, which they can do through the usual channels (999 in an emergency, 101 for non-emergencies or 0800 555111 anonymously) or as an alternative in a non-emergency situation information can be emailed directly to the Challenger team using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Exclusively for Rochdale practitioners, The Proud trust have full day training courses to promote greater understanding of LGBT+ identities, how to make your organisation more inclusive, and meet your legal duties.
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Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Children Board has published the Serious Case Review report for Child L
The Department for Education (DfE) has published findings from a small scale study to develop understanding of how local authorities in England are responding to radicalisation, and to gather evidence of emerging practice about what works in social care interventions.
New analysis from the Children’s Commissioner for England reveals, for the first time, the scale of vulnerability among children in England. These reports bring together a range of information held by various government departments, agencies and others.
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