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Child Criminal Exploitation - What can we do?

An opportunity for youth workers and those working with young people in the voluntary, community and statutory sectors to look at how we can better work together to meet the needs of those who are vulnerable to child criminal exploitation

This multi-agency conference aims to:

  • Help you gain an understanding of the issues for Norfolk’s young people who are vulnerable to criminal exploitation
  • Showcase what work is already happening in Norfolk to keep young people safe from exploitation
  • Introduce national examples of good practice
  • Help you gain an understanding on the perspective of Norfolk’s young people
  • Highlight the part detached youth work can play in supporting young people who are vulnerable to exploitation
  • Bring youth workers and the statutory sector together to develop a joined-up approach to child criminal exploitation
  • Identify next steps including looking at funding

Who should attend?

Youth workers (especially those in detached youth / outreach roles) and senior practitioners / frontline managers from VCSE sector, Health, YOT, Education, Police, District Councils, Early Help and Social Care.

Cost and Booking

Tickets include lunch.  Alter Ego, the young people’s drama company that brought you “Chelsea’s Choice” will present their new production, which focusses on “County Lines”

  • Early bird rate – booked on or before 15 May - £40.00
  • From 16 May - £60.00

Please book your ticket via Eventbrite