CSE – Say Something If You See Something (Sep 15)
Sometimes it’s hard for us to see when we are not being treated right and this is when family and friends are so important.
Sexual exploitation can involve people of a similar age. It could involve your sister, brother, cousin or friend. It’s not always easy to spot the signs but it’s up to all of us to look out for them.
The Say Something if You See Something campaign wants to encourage anyone who is worried about someone being exploited to tell someone who can help.
In Hackney you can speak to a social worker: 0208 356 5500
In the City you can speak to a social worker: 0207 332 3621
You can also get information, support and advice from:
- NSPCC call 0808 800 5000
- ChildLine call 0800 1111
- Missing People call or text “Say Something” on 118 000
If it is an emergency call 999
In partnership with the Hackney Youth Parliament, Hackney Safer Neighbourhood Board and the Met Police, the CHSCP has been successful in a bid to MOPAC for funding to promote awareness about CSE amongst children, young people and their communities.
Watch this space for further news about the Say Something If You See Something campaign.