To work collaboratively to ensure the safeguarding and welfare of children and young people who are being, or who are at risk of being, sexually exploited.
- To develop an understanding of CSE in Northern Ireland as experienced by young people
- To assist the Policy and Procedures Committee by identifying good practice
- To report to the SBNI Board the delivery of the Marshall and Pinkerton Recommendations by SBNI member agencies.
There is a natrual cross-over between this group and other SBNI committees (including the E-Safety Forum and Policy and Procedures Committee).
For further information on child sexual exploitation, visit our 'Safer to Know' website here.
The Centre of Expertise on child sexual abuse (CSA) have helpfully collated a number of key messages from research, the aim of which is to increase professionals' confidence in taking appropriate action based on the best current research evidence.
For further details on this suite of information, including access to the briefing papers, click here.