‘Say Something’ New service for reporting sexual exploitation launched 1st July
01 July 2015
'Say something' is a new national service which aims to raise awareness amongst young people of the risks and dangers of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and provide advice on how to keep safe and where to seek support.
The new service will provide young people with a way to share worries about CSE through a free, 24/7, anonymous helpline.
This service will not replace existing helpline(s) or support but creates another way for young people to speak out about any worries they may have about themselves or their friends.
The helpline will create a space for young people to share any worries they have about themselves or their friends and will provide support to help them keep safe. The helpline is provided by a national charity with lots of experience in supporting young people.
As well as the helpline, there are a number of resources to help raise awareness about safe and healthy relationships available on the website below.
This poster can be downloaded here:
The charity Missing People is working in partnership with the NWG Network Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation to deliver this campaign and national Freephone reporting service, funded by the Department for Education (DfE).