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Exploitation tools and pathways

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Appendices for Multi-agency partner agencies

Appendix 1: Child Exploitation (CE) Multi-Agency Assessment Framework
The Assessment Framework should be used by multi-agency practitioners, to identify the needs of a child/young person who may be vulnerable to being sexually exploited, is being groomed or targeted for the purposes of sexual exploitation or is being sexually exploited. The document will also support multi-agency practitioners to identify concerns and appropriate intervention(s) for the child and their family.

Appendix 2: Warwickshire Police CE Information Sharing Form
This form is completed when sharing information with Warwickshire Police about perpetrators and concerns of Child Sexual Exploitation occurring that is NOT an emergency and does not require immediate action.

Appendix 3: Tools to disrupt Child Sexual Exploitation
This document identifies the legal orders available that can be issued by police, applied to from criminal or family Court or made via civil law route.

Appendices for Children’s Social Care

Appendix 4: National Working Group (NWG)- Child (Sexual) Exploitation Assessment Tool
This assessment tool is completed by Social Care to identify the needs of a child/young person who may be vulnerable to being sexually exploited, is being groomed or targeted for the purposes of sexual exploitation or is being sexually exploited. The tool will also support practitioners to identify the most appropriate intervention(s) for the child and their family.

Appendix 5: Multi-Agency Sexual Exploitation Meeting (MASE)
A Multi-Agency Sexual Exploitation meeting (MASE) meeting is a forum to share and clarify information, establish risk, consider disruption and develop a multi-agency safeguarding and support plan to meet the needs of children and young people who are at risk of, or are being sexually exploited (including support for parents/carers).

Appendix 6: Agenda for CSE Complex CSE Strategy Meeting
This meeting is chaired by the CSE, Missing and Trafficking Team where there is knowledge or suspicion that children are involved together or being controlled/ exploited by the same person or there are multiple perpetrators.

Appendix 7: Victim Support Trial Risk Assessment and Support Plan
This document should be completed when supporting victims or witnesses who are likely/ are giving evidence in a criminal trial in respect of CSE, Missing or Trafficked young people. This is completed by the allocated Social Worker with support from the CSE, Missing and Trafficking Team.


Additional Resources:

1. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/criminal-exploitation-of-children-and-vulnerable-adults-county-lines

This guidance outlines what county lines (and associated criminal exploitation) is, signs to look for in potential victims, and what to do about it. 

2. https://www.nationalcrimeagency.gov.uk/who-we-are/publications/15-county-lines-gang-violence-exploitation-and-drug-supply-2016/file

This report provides insight of the current national situation, as generated by gang violence and exploitation linked to county lines class A drug supply. The report informs the cross-Government 'Ending Gang Violence & Exploitation' initiative, Home Office, police and wider partners, with a combination of national overview and regional / local context. 

This page is correct as printed on Saturday 25th of June 2022 03:43:27 PM please refer back to this website (http://westmidlands.procedures.org.uk) for updates.
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