The SSCB has published revised CSE procedures. Staff across all agencies with responsibilities for CSE, or those members of staff working directly with children should familiarise themselves with these new procedures. The new CSE procedures support the introduction of improved delivery structures, which went live on the 1st July 2017. Key changes include: Area Missing


Operation Makesafe – Working with local businesses to combat CSE Makesafe is an initiative focused on ensuring that people working in the business sector are aware of the early warning signs of child sexual exploitation (CSE). Local and national evidence shows that CSE can take place in hotels, pubs, cafés and places licenced to sell


CSE Awareness Month – March 2017 Today (1st March) marks the launch of a month of activity to raise awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) within Surrey. A range of events and initiatives are planned aimed at children and their families, professionals working with children as well local businesses. CSE is a form of child


This is a FREE event for both SSCB partners and non-partners.  Date: Wednesday 22 March 2017 Times: Half day event, 9.00am – 12.00pm or 1.00pm to 4.00 pm Venue: Dorking Halls Reigate Road, Dorking RH4 1SG Speakers: Karl Mittelstadt (SSCB) Maria Edwards (Surrey Police) Phil Mitchel (BLAST), Parent’s perspective. Aim: To raise awareness and improve