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"Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation" Getting it right...? Annual Conference

Wednesday 18th March 2015 - Thursday 19th March 2015 at East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham

Keynote Speakers: Sheila Taylor MBE, Lorin LaFave, Dr Lois Lee, Ineke van Buren and Chief Constable Simon Bailey

Following the resounding success of our first conference ‘The Journey So Far….” We are following this with the "Getting it Right?" Conference on Wednesday 18th & Thursday 19th March 2015 at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham. 


Seminar Discussion Groups...

Our Conference differs to many as we encourage discussion and involvement from delegates to the presenters. Our Seminar Discussion Groups are just that, the presenter shares their experience of their chosen topic for approximately 15 minutes and then the group will actively discuss and share their own experiences for the remainder of the hour. Each day there are 4 Discussion Groups, at any one time there are 8 topics running concurrently, that's 64 different discussions for you to choose from over the 2 days!

Presentation Downloads

Keynote Presentations

Keynote international speaker
Dr. Lois Lee, Children of the Night

Keynote address - There were no slides used during this session
Chief Constable Simon Bailey

Making Justice Count
Camille Warrington, University of Bedfordshire
Making Justice Work Executive Summary
Making Justice Work Report

Keynote international speaker
Ineke van Buren, Center against Child Trafficking and Human Trafficking (CKM) in Friesland, Holland

Keynote address
Lorin LaFave, sharing her personal experience about internet grooming

Wednesday 18th March Seminar Discussion Groups

Discussion Groups 1 & 2

Boys & YM CSE The Way Forward
Dr Ella Cockbain and Dr Helen Brayley-Morris, Department of Security and Crime Science, UCL (University College London)

Boxing Programme
The Jack Raine Foundation

Children in Mind
Charu Kashyap, InMind

Outline for Practitioners to Consider When Working With LBGT
Catherine Donovan, University of Sunderland

New Resource Tool - Girls and Gangs - we are unable to share this presentation
Dean Coady OBE, Urban Pure Solutions (Moss Side)

The Importance of Information Sharing - we are unable to share this presentation
Keith Daniel, West Yorkshire Police

Child Sexual Exploitation - Improving Recognition and Response in Health Settings
Dr Tara Weeramanthri, Royal College of Psychiatrists and Ray McMorrow, NWG Network

Sexually Harmful Behaviour
Olly Hibble, Peterborough City Council

Discussion Groups 3 & 4

Adapting to Ensure Services are Inclusive and Accessible to Boys & Young Men
Phil Mitchell, The BLAST Project

Say Something if you See Something / Say Something if you Know SomethingBina Parmar and Lesley Gladwell, NWG Network and Julie Hague, Sheffield Safeguarding Children Board

South Asian Women & CSE
Naseem Sarbatta-Walia, Kingfisher Team, Oxfordshire

Real Love Rocks, Barnardo's Safer Futures
Barnardo’s Safer Futures West Child Sexual Exploitation Service

Child Sexual Exploitation & Looked-after Children
Kristine Brayford-West, Northern Devon Healthcare Trust

Using Theatre In Education to tackle CSE - There were no slides used during this session
Jodi Bree and Matthew Farmer, Loudmouth Education & Training

Ofsted CSE Thematic Inspection
Damian Dallimore, Project Phoenix

Operation Erle
D/Supt Gary Ridgway, Cambridgeshire Police

Thursday 19th March Seminar Discussion Groups

Discussion Groups 1 & 2

CSE Prevention - Working Together with Parents, Carers and Young People
Dr Kate D’Arcy and Roma Thomas of the University of Bedfordshire

Sexual Exploitation & Abuse In Sport
Dr Mike Hartill, Edge Hill University and Nick Ashley, Loughborough College

Film For School & Prevention, Awareness DVD
Helen West, Safe & Sound Derby

Supporting Young People's Learning and Understanding About CSE
Bev Petch, Solihull Council

CSE - from a Schools Perspective
Sharon Allen, Whalley Range 11-18 High for Girls School

Traffic Light System
Georgia Johnston and Michelle Diaz, Brook

Abduction Notice Work
Phil Booker, Missing, Exploited and Trafficking Team, Humberside Police

Children in Mind
Charu Kashyap, InMind

Health Guide
Ray McMorrow, NWG Network

Discussion Groups 3 & 4

It Doesn't Happen Here - Perceptions of CSE in a Rural County
Dr Peter Unwin and Dr Gabriela Misca, University of Worcester

The Results of the First International Expert Meeting on Internal Human Trafficking Between Young Victims and Young Offenders
Frank Noteboom, Dutch Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children

Challenges of Placing CSE Victims in Residential Care Homes
Clif Supple and Andy Thompson, The Physis Group

The Value of Including Parents in Cases of CSE
Penny Grant and Sharon Bottomley, Pace

'She doesn't have to get in the car...'
Sarah Lloyd, University of Huddersfield

Trafficking
Mike Hand, NWG Network

Real Voices: Child Sexual Exploitation in Greater Manchester
Ann Coffey MP

Operation Brooke
DI Gary Stephens, Avon & Somerset Police

Click to download the full Seminar Discussion Group descriptions and timetable

About us...

The NWG is a Charitable Organisation formed as a UK network of over 6,000 organisations working on the issue of child sexual exploitation and trafficked children within the UK. Our Network covers voluntary, academic, statutory services, private, local and central government. We offer support, advice and raise the profile, provide updates share national developments, influence the development of national and local policy informed by practice. We have developed 'Our Voice' young people's participation to enable the young peoples voices to be heard.

Our team is made up of specialists with a range of skills who are there to offer support and expertise to the network. We will proactively engage with Local Safeguarding Children Boards and their partner agencies, researchers and policy writers promoting Child Sexual Exploitation. Our aim is to promote effective training, prevention, disruption, prosecution and therapeutic care for victims and survivors; developing according to need and actively working with our international partners, tackling Child Sexual Exploitation and trafficking. Our principal objective is to offer support and advice to those working with children and young people under 18yrs who are affected by sexual exploitation.

If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 227778

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Agenda

Wednesday 18th March 2015

Please note all timings and speakers are subject to change

09:00Registration, exhibition & networking
09:30Welcome address Sheila Taylor MBE
09:40Keynote international speaker - Dr. Lois Lee, Children of the Night
10:30The Launch of the National CSE Awareness Day
10:50Seminar discussion group 1
11:50Refreshment Break
12:15Seminar discussion group 2
13:15Lunch, exhibition & networking
14:15Keynote address - Chief Constable Simon Bailey
14:35Making Justice Count - University of Bedfordshire
14:50Seminar discussion group 3
15:50Refreshment Break
16:15Seminar discussion group 4
17:15Close
19:30Conference dinner and Unsung Hero Awards

Thursday 19th March 2015

Please note all timings and speakers are subject to change

09:00Registration, exhibition & networking
09:30Seminar discussion group 1
10:30Keynote international speaker - Ineke van Buren, Center against Child Trafficking and Human Trafficking (CKM) in Friesland, Holland
11:20Refreshment break
11:50Seminar discussion group 2
12:50Lunch, exhibition & networking
13:40Keynote address - Lorin LaFave, sharing her personal experience about internet grooming
14:30Closing remarks, Sheila Taylor MBE
14:35Seminar discussion group 3
15:35Refreshment break
15:45Seminar discussion group 4
16:45Close

Speakers and Facilitators

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Ineke van Buren

Keynote Speaker
Ineke is Projectmanager of the Center against Child Trafficking and Human Trafficking (CKM) in Friesland, Holland. The CKM is the NGO part of Fier where trafficking victims receive care and treatment.

‘Human trafficking or modern slavery is an abhorrent violation of human rights, and often rights of children. Being sold, forced to work for another person, in any form whatsoever, held captive, raped and /or sexually exploited leaves marks, scars often. We aim to reduce this violence, traders should be prosecuted and victims assisted in the best possible way and profiteers/buyers should be addressed. We can not do this alone, we need help from policy makers and the general public! Human trafficking should not exist in this world.’

Ineke is also coordinator of the Network Trafficking Friesland and team leader of the social workers for prostitutes at Fier (www.fier.nl).

She previously worked at the Central Agency for the Reception of Asylum Seekers (COA) and the Probation Service, where she was involved with, among other, honor-related violence and domestic violence.

http://www.ckm-fier.nl/Medewerkers.ashx

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Dr Lois Lee

Keynote Speaker
Lois is a pioneer in saving the helpless children who are victims of human sex trafficking, blazing the trail for academics, researchers, law enforcement, social service providers and legislators. She is the founder and president of Children of the Night, the first established and only comprehensive sex trafficking program in North America. Since 1979, she has rescued over 10,000 American children from prostitution in the United States - that is more children than all of the other sex trafficking programs combined.

Since 1992, Children of the Night has operated a licensed shelter home for America’s child prostitutes ages 11-17. The Children of the Night home receives America’s child prostitutes from all over the United States and accommodates up to 24 residents at a time, providing an on-site school, individual case management, wholesome recreational outings, and a chance to experience a childhood free from sexual exploitation. The Children of the Night onsite school places 5 children a year in college and to date has placed over 100 children in colleges and universities throughout America.

In the last three decades, Lee has raised over $40 million to provide these crucial services. And her track record is impressive, Children of the Night graduates have gone on to become lawyers, executives and educators, among other professions.

http://www.childrenofthenight.org/who_we_are.html

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Lorin LaFave

Keynote Speaker
Lorin will share her personal experience about internet grooming. Lorin, Breck Bednar's mother, is devastated by the loss of her beloved son Breck David LaFave Bednar. He was a kind, well-liked, intelligent, thoughtful, independent, resourceful, responsible boy with a good sense of humour and a thirst for knowledge. Breck was a dedicated student at St. Bede's School in Redhill and was extremely gifted in computing, electronics, and engineering.

Breck had a great passion for the possibilities offered by innovations in computing. In his memory the Breck Bednar Memorial Foundation would like to encourage other young people with similar passions. The purpose of this foundation is to support computer education for young people, including the responsible use of technology.

http://www.breckbednar.com/

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Chief Constable Simon Bailey

Keynote Speaker
Simon Bailey has been a police officer for 28 years, joining Norfolk Constabulary in 1986 and serving predominantly as a detective in King’s Lynn and Norwich.

In 1998, he was seconded to the National Crime Squad and as Detective Inspector he was responsible for managing covert operations at a national and international level targeting serious and organised crime gangs.

In December 2005 Simon Bailey was promoted to the rank of Detective Chief Superintendent and as Head of Crime he managed the force specialist crime and operations resources.

In 2007 he was appointed to lead the force modernisation programme and whilst successfully leading this programme he passed the Police National Assessment Centre and between October 2008 and February 2009 attended the Police National Strategic Command Course.

He was promoted to Deputy Chief Constable with responsibility for Legal Services, Human Resources, and Force Performance in September 2010, he was also lead for the Norfolk Policing model Review.

On 25 October 2013, Mr Bailey was ratified by the Police and Crime panel as the new Chief Constable for Norfolk – the first to have risen through the ranks in the county.

Simon is also the national lead for child protection and abuse investigation.

http://www.norfolk.police.uk/aboutus/ourpeople/ccsimonbailey.aspx

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Ann Coffey MP

Presenter
Elected to Parliament in 1992, Ann Coffey is the Member of Parliament for Stockport. Before her election to Parliament Ann was a senior social worker with children and families. Ann is currently Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Runaway and Missing Children and Adults, which produced a report in 2012 (jointly with the All Party Group on Care leavers) into children missing from care and the link between missing and child sexual exploitation.

Ann is the author of Real Voices, an independent report into child sexual exploitation in Greater Manchester commissioned by Police & Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd and published on 30th October 2014

We are pleased to announce that Ann will present and discuss her report in our Discussion Groups.

http://anncoffeymp.com/

Venue

East Midlands Conference Centre & The Orchard Hotel

University Park , Beeston Ln , Nottingham , NG7 2RJ •  Website

We have taken on board your points regarding last year's student accommodation. This year we are pleased to inform you that the accommodation is at the on-site 4* De Vere Orchard Hotel.