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CSE and Missing resources for professionals

Check out the CSE resources available on the WSCC website. This includes resources targeted at  professionals (including in schools), parents and children and young people included in the recent WSSCB CSE campaign

The Story of Jay

A short video showing the story of Jay and his journey involving exploitation and grooming. Created by young people with the NSPCC and CEOP.

Claire Thought She knew

This film follows Claire, a teenage girl who begins a relationship with a man she has met online. Together they explore their sexuality via IM and webcam. Eventually they decide to meet up offline however the man is very different in real life. This film informs young people of some of the possible risks of social networking and chat sites and helps to understanding ways that they can keep themselves safe online. A session plan and PowerPoint are available to support the delivery from the CEOP website. For the male version please see the boys and young men section.

My Dangerous Loverboy

My Dangerous Loverboy is a pioneering campaign from Eyes Open Creative aiming to raise awareness of the sexual exploitation and trafficking of young people. Using the acclaimed My Dangerous Loverboy short film alongside the Love or Lies Education Resource, this campaign aims to open up people’s eyes to the harsh realities of sexual exploitation. You can help fight against this crime. A free sample pack, with lesson plan and resources from the full resource is available from the below site.

Boys and Young Men

My New friend Video

2 minute video that highlights that CSE grooming and sexual exploitation of boys and young men. This can be used by with Young people direct or professionals as part of training.

Matt Thought He knew

This film follows Matt, a teenage boy who begins a relationship with a girl he has met online. Together they explore their sexuality via IM and webcam. Eventually they decide to meet up offline however the girl isn’t who Matt thought she was. This film informs young people of some of the possible risks of social networking and chat sites and helps to understanding ways that they can keep themselves safe online. For the female version please see the above section.

Social Media

Net Aware

A website that explains the most common platforms of social media used by young people and then reviews them looking at key areas such as reporting and privacy.

Safer Internet Centre

A website that has sections for Young People, parents and professionals on e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe on the internet.

Where’s Klaus?

A short (1minute), amusing video that demonstrates the amount and range of people that social media platforms and online activity can expose young people to.

Missing

Missing kids- My choice

Age 11-16. My Choice explores some of the issues that young people may face at home that could contribute to them running away. It aims to help young people identify some of the abusive situations that they, or their friends, may have to deal with and why these may cause a young person to leave home. The film also considers some of the risks associated with running away. The key message of the film is that young people always have a choice and that there are people there to help, no matter what situation they are in. It signposts to organisations where young people can find help, support and advice services at national and local levels.

Supporting materials to accompany the video are available from CEOP website that can be run as a lesson between 40mins-1.30hrs.