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Stop CSE

NWG 3rd Annual Conference & Unsung Hero Awards

Monday 18th April 2016 - Tuesday 19th April 2016 at East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham

After the huge success of last years Conference "Getting it Right?" at the East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham, this year we returned to the same venue. There was so much activity happening throughout the UK and beyond on National Stop CSE Day (18th March) we moved the Conference a month later so we can reflect and learn and also of course to allow everyone to join us!

This year we welcomed our colleague Tatiana Buianina from International Center for Women Rights Protection and Promotion "La Strada", Moldova, Richard Scorer from Gordon and Slater and Simon Bailey NPCC Lead for Sexual Abuse as our Keynote speakers.

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Keynote presentations

Chief Constable Simon Bailey,
The Police Service - meeting the threat of CSE 2 years on
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Tatiana Buianina
International Centre for Women Rights Protection and Promotion “La Strada”

Richard Scorer
Slater & Gordon

"Girl 1"
Experiences from a victim
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Seminar Discussion Groups - Monday 18th April 2016

Seminar discussion group 1 - 11.50

Operation involving Paganism
Larisa Hunt, South West Region Coordinator Op Bruit

Resources for professional in participation with BYM
Gavin Thompson & Richard Haigh, The Children's Society

Themes & reflections from treating symptoms & impact
Jo Grant, Fresh Start - new beginnings

Strategies around keeping Children safe from Sexual Exploitation
Sam Flint, Children in Care Police Officer & Lisa Hurst, Referrals Officer, Sexual Exploitation Unit, Nottinghamshire Police
Additional Document - Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Concerns Network Information Operation STRIVER

Pornography- sexual abuse without a perpetrator
Natalie Collins, The DAY Programme

Child Sexual Exploitation: Developing an evidence base for what works
Damian Dallimore, Rochdale Council Project Phoenix

Youth Justice Interventions - Time for a Change?
Jonny Matthew, JonnyMatthew.com

3 hub & spoke model discuss Victim v Agency
Chiwo Mukome, Sheffield Futures
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Seminar discussion group 2 - 14.10

How our schools have implemented the #SaySomething campaign
Deb Bunn & Sarah Watts, GANF

The Challenges of Engaging with the Taxi Trade
Julie Hague & Phil Ashford, Sheffield Safeguarding

Adapted Systemic Investigation, Protection & Prosecution Strategy
Craig Barlow, Consultancy & Training

Strategies around keeping Children safe from Sexual Exploitation
Sam Flint, Children in Care Police Officer & Lisa Hurst, Referrals Officer, Sexual Exploitation Unit, Nottinghamshire Police
Additional Document - Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Concerns Network Information Operation STRIVER

Pornography- sexual abuse without a perpetrator
Natalie Collins, The DAY Programme

Child Sexual Exploitation: Developing an evidence base for what works
Damian Dallimore, Rochdale Council Project Phoenix

Harmful Sexual Behaviour in Children and Young People - Changing the Way We See It
Jonny Matthew, JonnyMatthew.com

Meeting the Needs of Young People with Learning Difficulties
Emilie Smeaton, Paradigm Research

Seminar discussion group 3 15.30

Understanding psychological complexities of Perpetrator-victim dynamics
Lynsey Gozna & Jon Blockley, Leicestershire Police
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Incorporating Family Support in a multi-agency team
Philippa Gallop, Frankie Hallas and Josh Woodcock

Alright Charlie - CSE resource for primary schools accessible for girls AND boys
Phillip Mitchell, BLAST

The Role of a Specialist Nurse & the Importance of Protective Behaviour Work
Paula Swain, RISE Team
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YP, learning difficulties & Reducing risk
Sarah Goff & Anita Franklin, Ann Craft Trust

Focussing on Peer on Peer exploitation including online technologies
Kathryn Dawson & Lorraine Bairstow, Rape Crisis Scotland

Barnardo’s Real Love Rocks LGBT Resources
Nic Dunn, Barnardo's
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Opportunity to Explore Frontline Practice with Home Office Officials
Gregg Mead, Home Office
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Seminar discussion group 4 - 16.30

Using the Modern Slavery Act to combat Child Sexual Exploitation
Mike Hand, Mike Hand Training

Multi-agency service which includes creative courses, education, use of ISVA, Mindfulness techniques
Sara Plastow & Deb McCormick, Magdalene Group

Q&A With NWG Network Specialists
NWG Network
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Meeting the Needs of Young People with Learning Difficulties
Emilie Smeaton, Paradigm Research

The benefits of Pan commissioned models & working across boundaries
Clare Myring, Commissioner Halton & Cheshire West & Kathy Boardman, Catch 22

“EXPOSURE" Negative effects of pornography on teenage boys
Lance Blackwood, Street Teams
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Barnardo’s Real Love Rocks LGBT Resources
Nic Dunn, Barnardo's
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The Effect of Victim Blaming
Jessica Eaton, Safe & Sound Derby

Tuesday 19th April 2016

Seminar discussion group 1 - 09.30

Project CTZN – Digital Platform for Engaging & Connecting with Young People
Deborah Oakes, GMP
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The impact of a qualified nurse in multi-agency team
Bernadette Dean, The Sunrise Team

Crisis in Masculinity influenced by porn culture & peer attitudes
Alyas Karmani, STREET-UK
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Crisis in Masculinity influenced by porn culture & peer attitudes
Graham Ritchie, The Children’s Commissioner
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Eight vulnerable groups of children & Human Trafficking: New trends & modus operandi
Frank Noteboom, National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings & Sexual Violence against Children
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Combating CSE in Residential Care - a Framework for Practice
Julian Dale-Hutchinson, Hexagon Care
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Identifying & working with young people in Substance misuse services
Nicola Wendel, National CSE Lead, CGL & Thelma Whittaker, Lead Safeguarding Officer, SOVA
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Q&A With NWG Network Specialists
NWG Network
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Seminar discussion group 2 - 11.45

Proportionate response to Sexting between peers (under 18 years)
D/Supt Paul Goundry & Helen Murphy, Durham Constabulary
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Application of Psychological Knowledge & skills to understand & work with YP
Dr Maxine Tostevin, Consultant Clinical Psychologist

Crisis in Masculinity influenced by porn culture & peer attitudes
Alyas Karmani, STREET-UK
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Educational outcomes for children who have experienced Child Sexual Exploitation
Helen Rawden, Link to Change

Eight vulnerable groups of children & Human Trafficking: New trends & modus operandi
Frank Noteboom, National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings & Sexual Violence against Children
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Combating CSE in Residential Care - a Framework for Practice
Julian Dale-Hutchinson, Hexagon Care
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Information Sharing & analysis
Kara Haskayne (Sefton MACSE Co-Chair) & MACSE Panel Members
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Ethnicity and Child Sexual Exploitation
Dr Kate D’Arcy

Seminar discussion group 3 - 14.30

New triage & streamlined digital methods
Steven Cooper & Steven Chadwick, Staffordshire Police

How do we really engage young people in a CSE awareness campaign?
Jonny Hunt, GOTR SRE Consultancy Ltd & Jo Mann, Warwickshire Police

Parents as key safeguarders
Emily Godfrey, PACE
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Old enough to know better? Sexual exploitation of 16 & 17 year olds
Richard Haigh & Iryna Pona, The Children’s Society

A survivor presents "Learning from victims & survivors
Lucy Johnson, Leicestershire Multi-agency Team

A project aimed at Black Asian Minority Ethnic communities
Pavandeep Kaur, Street Teams
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Impact of online grooming
Tink Palmer, Marie Collins Foundation
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Partnership data collection & analysis
Rosanna Lloyd, Barnardo’s

Seminar discussion group 4 - 15.45

Discussion around creating "Telephone Register" & understanding road networks & the use of ANPR
Jaz Chohhan, West Mids ROCU

SARC- A new Reflective Case Review mechanism
Karen Douglas, Rowan Service Manager, & Detective Chief Inspector Tracey Mageean

Focussing on the impact of pornography & young people
Amber Wilson, Basis Yorkshire

Old enough to know better? Sexual exploitation of 16 & 17 year olds
Richard Haigh & Iryna Pona, The Children’s Society

A survivor presents "Learning from victims & survivors
Lucy Johnson, Leicestershire Multi-agency Team

A project aimed at Black Asian Minority Ethnic communities
Pavandeep Kaur, Street Teams
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Impact of online grooming
Tink Palmer, Marie Collins Foundation
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Thanks you to all speakers for their contribution.

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

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Agenda

Monday 18th April 2016

10:00Registration, Exhibition and Networking
10:30Welcome address Sheila Taylor MBE & Round up of CSE Day
10:50Keynote Presentation - Tatiana Buianina, International Centre for Women Rights Protection and Promotion “La Strada”
11:30Refreshment Break
11:50Seminar Discussion Group 1
12:50Lunch, Exhibition and Networking
13:50Keynote Presentation - Chief Constable Simon Bailey, the Police Service - meeting the threat of CSE 2 years on
14:10Seminar Discussion Group 2
15:10Refreshment Break
15:30Seminar Discussion Group 3
16:30Seminar Discussion Group 4
17:30Close
19:30Conference Dinner

Tuesday 19th April 2016

09:00Registration, Exhibition and Networking
09:30Seminar Discussion Group 1
10:30Keynote Presentation - Richard Scorer, Slater & Gordon
11:20Refreshment Break
11:45Seminar Discussion Group 2
12:45Lunch, Exhibition and Networking
13:40Keynote Presentation - Experiences from a victim "Girl 1"
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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Tatiana Buianina

Keynote Speaker
Tatiana Buianina is a Psychologist who assists children victims of sexual exploitation through legal proceedings at the International Centre for Women Rights Protection and Promotion “La Strada”

Tatiana is also a lecturer at the State University of Moldova, Department of Psychology. She coordinates Master Program in Forensic Psychology, (teaching Victimology and Forensic Psychology, Personality Psychology and Cognitive Psychology).

She is a trainer at the National Institute of Justice, teaches modules pertaining to Coercion mechanisms used in psychological manipulation of Victims of Human Trafficking as well as Interviewing skills used in hearing of Victims of Human Trafficking.

Also trained in REBT, Tatiana is currently also involved as expert adviser to the Minister of Education.
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Experiences from a victim, "Girl 1"

Keynote Speaker
In May 2011, Thames Valley Police and Oxfordshire County Council launched Operation Bullfinch - a joint investigation into suspected serious sexual offences against children across the county. Two years later, seven men were convicted at the Old Bailey of 59 counts of offences including rape, trafficking and arranging or facilitating prostitution. Since then, four more men have been convicted as part of the inquiry.

"Girl 1" will discuss her early life, how she got involved in exploitation, her experiences with the police and social services. She will share what was good and what didn’t go so well and what she thinks could be done in cases now. She will tell us how she escaped and about her life now.

By her own admission "Girl 1" does not fit the perceived profile of a CSE victim, she has a middle class lifestyle with good academic qualifications. We are honoured that she can be with us at the Conference and share her story.

(We are protecting her identity in any Conference publicity we produce. During her presentation no photographs or social media are to be undertaken).
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Richard Scorer

Keynote Speaker
Richard is a Specialist Personal Injury Lawyer at Slater and Gordon in Manchester. He was described by the Independent on Sunday as “one of Britain’s leading specialists” in the field of abuse law.

During his career he has acted for victims in the North Wales child abuse inquiry and represented clients in many cases against the Catholic Church and other organisations. He has achieved many landmark personal injury compensation settlements for clients, including record settlements of £640,000 and £538,000 for children abused in care.

Richard currently represents young women involved in the sexual exploitation scandal in Rochdale and victims of the publicist Max Clifford. Richard was one of the founders of ACAL (Association of Child Abuse Lawyers) and has written extensively on the subject of abuse.

His book Betrayed: The English Catholic Church and the Sex Abuse Crisis was published in 2014 and Richard also co-authored the APIL Guide to Child Abuse Compensation Claims published in 2011.

https://www.slatergordon.co.uk/our-experts/richard-scorer/

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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

Venue

East Midlands Conference Centre & The Orchard Hotel

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

We are pleased to confirm that we are returning to the East Midlands Conference Centre with accommodation at the on-site 4* De Vere Orchard Hotel.