Call for knowledge and practice examples – Tackling Child Exploitation Support Programme

29 July 2019

Call for knowledge and practice examples – Tackling Child Exploitation Support Programme

Colleagues across the sector are invited to share existing materials, models and tools to help develop and embed an effective strategic response to child exploitation.

Research in Practice, with consortium partners the University of Bedfordshire and The Children’s Society, have been appointed by the Department for Education to develop and deliver the Tackling Child Exploitation (TCE) Support Programme

The programme aims to support local areas to develop an effective strategic response to child exploitation and threats from outside the family home. This includes child sexual exploitation and child criminal exploitation, such as county lines, modern slavery and trafficking.

We are inviting colleagues working in the field of child exploitation to share existing materials, models and tools that may be useful to those striving to develop and embed an effective strategic response to child exploitation. Example materials can include:

  • exemplar strategies
  • self-assessment templates
  • data-set templates and protocols
  • strategic workforce planning documents
  • strategic risk assessment templates and guidance
  • innovative governance and partnership protocols.   

To complement the wealth of existing activity in this field, we are undertaking a comprehensive scoping and design phase to learn from existing activity. The resources will be considered against standards developed specifically for the programme, as well as being assessed alongside objectives and transferability. If your submission is included in the online resource, it will be fully sourced and credited.


Share your examples

Please complete the Call for knowledge and practice examples form and return with your relevant resources to tceadmin@rip.org.uk with the subject heading ‘TCE materials’ by 20 September.

We hope that you can contribute in order to share learning across the sector. We will be inviting colleagues to share further examples throughout the programme.

Please note that you should not submit materials without permission to share.

Find out more about the TCE Support Programme.

Frequently asked questions – TCE Support Programme.

Inform the development of the TCE Support Programme.

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