CEOP's Thinkuknow programme provides a range of free resources - films, lesson plans, presentations, practitioner guidance, games and posters - to professionals working with children and young people. Through the use of our educational materials you can help to empower and protect young people from the harm of sexual abuse and exploitation, both online and off.
CEOP Think you know https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ Exploited is the latest resource from CEOP’s Thinkuknow programme. Based around an 18-minute film, Exploited helps young people learn to stay safe from sexual exploitation by recognising the signs.
First2aMillion Interactive video playlist following Aleeya and Tariq as they compete with Jamal for internet fame. Aimed at adolescents, the viewer must choose the path Aleeya and Tariq take and explore the consequences of their risk-taking behaviour. Features some scenes which may be unsuitable for younger children.
Source: http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/first2amillion/YouTube Cost = Free
Free CSE E-learning for professionals and parents http://www.paceuk.info/the-problem/keep-them-safe/
BLAST – resources for professionals – CSE in boys
Can I be your friend? Reality of Facebook and Twitter
Take This Lollipop is an Interactive Live Action Facebook Connect experience.
IAssistSafety IAssistSafety helps children learn protective behaviours. All children deserve to be safe. Using a hand IAssistSafety allows a child to identify 5 adults who they could ask for help if feeling unsafe. The hand assists children to remember their safe people. The adults should be people the child sees regularly, people they can trust and people who will listen to the child. These 5 adults will help the child to be safe if they are scared, worried, sad or just need help. Use the name, phone number and image or photos of the adult and add it to the child's hand. Your child's hand can be emailed, saved in your gallery, used as a screen saver or printed. This App helps to give your child a voice in keeping themselves safe.
Resources for Professionals
Disturbing Signs How can professionals identify behaviour indicating young people are at risk of sexual exploitation?
Disturbing Signs is a graphic looking at 3 abuse models and the signs to alert professionals to sexual exploitation Author: Community Care/ Barnardos
Going to Court . A step-by-step guide to being a witness- video
Seen through the eyes of a witness, this animation explains what to expect throughout the court process and follows the journey a witness makes from making a statement, right through the criminal court process and after the trial.
Show more http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUOc0Sa1WMM&feature=youtu.be&noredirect=1
Barnardos leaflet for professionals regarding CSE
Department for Education – Step by Step Guide for Front Line Practitioners
Brook Advisory – Sexual Behaviours Tool https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/Teachers/blog/Dates/2013/8/Brook-Sexual-Behaviours-Traffic-Light-Tool-/
National Working Group – Tackling CSE
Child Exploitation Online Protection (CEOP) Centre website for professionals: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/Teachers/
NSPCC – Links to resources for professionals
Resources for Parents
Advice for parents about talking to your child about creating, sending or receiving explicit images:
An e-learning tool for parents and carers: https://keepthemsafe.safeguardingchildrenea.co.uk/
Support for parents and carers http://www.paceuk.info/
This pack offers guidance on how to approach discussions with children about commercial content online:
Back to school basics for digital families: http://www.slideshare.net/uKnowKids/back-to-schoolbasicsfordigitalfamilies-slideshare