If you are being mistreated or abused, need to talk to someone, or you think another child is being mistreated or abused please view the information on this page for advice.
Northumberland Youth Service have generated a campaign aimed at young people to help raise awareness, improve knowledge and give greater understanding of Child Sexual Exploitation.
Developed as a partnership throughout Northumberland County Council, the #ItCouldHappenToMe campaign has been developed to include; posters, wallet cards, wristbands, leaflets and online resources, all providing information about recognising child exploitation and what to do if you think it is happening to you or someone you know.
The campaign has been developed by a group of young people, aimed at young people, to help them understand that child exploitation can happen to anyone with tools to help recognise the difference between a healthy or unhealthy relationship along with providing information about what to do if you need further advice or help.
Other useful contacts:
Northumberland County Council strategic community safety unit
The unit has staff fully trained in domestic violence awareness, including information on early forced marriage (EFM) and female genital mutilation (FGM), and multi-agency risk assessment conference (MARAC) compliant.
Obtain confidential advice and support by contacting them on 01670 622 724 (Domestic abuse and sexual violence coordinator)
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