Free Child Criminal Exploitation & Police Partnership Information Sharing Workshop

Free events across the county providing information for professionals specific to Child Criminal Exploitation, County Lines and the sharing information with the police using the Community Partnership Information Form  (CPI).

Following the success of events held in Southampton, Portsmouth, Basingstoke, Isle of Wight and Winchester, we are delighted to announce that booking is now open for the New Forest event as below:

Upcoming Event Details

New Forest: Weds 13th Nov 2019, 10:30am – 13:00pm @ Brockenhurst College

Additional locations coming Winter 2019/20

East Hampshire (Date TBC)

Hart & Rushmoor (Date TBC)

Havant & Waterlooville (Date TBC)

Fareham & Gosport (Date TBC)

Eastleigh (Date TBC)

These events are relevant to front line professionals from the following sectors;

  • Education staff and governors
  • Local authority staff
  • District/ Borough/City Councils
  • Probation
  • Housing
  • Third sector organisations
  • Voluntary sector organisations
  • Health practitioners and commissioning bodies

Event Summary

Delivered by DI Ross Toms and Education Coordinator PC Maria Carrick, this two and half hour event is intended to provide delegates with an overview of the current threat, harm and risk relating to the Criminal Exploitation of Children and ‘County Lines’, highlighting the importance of partners sharing non-urgent information with police through the Community Partnership Information Form (CPI).

Information will include completing and submitting the CPI form; police processes; information use/potential outcomes and examples of best practice.

The Safe4me police website will be presented in brief to demonstrate how the site can support education settings, partner agencies and parents.

If you would like to make any enquiries about this, or future events, please contact schoolyouthengagement@hampshire.pnn.police.uk

Booking to attend an event

Please book your ticket using the relevant link button below; tickets are limited to one per person, all delegates must book their own ticket in advance.

New Forest Event

County Lines Toolkit

Safe4me has introduced a Child Criminal Exploitation ‘County Lines’ toolkit consisting of information and resources to support professionals with the work they do to keep children and young people safe and informed; this can be accessed via the link button below.

Safe4me County Lines Toolkit