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What can I do as a teacher?

As a professional working with young people, you may have opportunities to identify issues early so it is important to familiarise yourself with the signs that a young person is being exploited and to share this information with your colleagues or professionals in other agencies.

Other steps you can take to help protect young people include:

  • Staying alert to changes in behaviour and investigate these further

  • Ensuring you know who the child protection lead is in your workplace and that you are aware of the procedure to follow if you have           concerns about a young person.

  • Thinking about the ways that you might be able to better support and help young people to share information if they are worried about       their own or a friend’s situation.

  • Indentifying opportunities to educate young people about healthy relationships and about sexual exploitation.

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) runs an online training programme for professionals.

For more information click here

 
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