- Returning home late, staying out all night or going missing
- Being found in areas away from home
- Increasing drug use, or being found to have large amounts of drugs on them
- Being secretive about who they are talking to and where they are going
- Unexplained absences from school, college, training or work
- Unexplained money, phone(s), clothes or jewellery
- Increasingly disruptive or aggressive behaviour
- Using sexual, drug-related or violent language you wouldn’t expect them to know
- Coming home with injuries or looking particularly dishevelled
- Having hotel cards or keys to unknown places.
The whole event (including 25 training sessions) is completely free to attend and this specific workshop from Matt Hughes will include a more detailed review of the addendum covered in this news piece. It’s set to be a really insightful look at child criminal exploitation, where practitioners can learn about the different ways to respond as well as contributing your own thoughts on the subject matter.
Tickets are available for the event as a whole and then the workshops will be filled on a first come, first served basis on the day.[/vc_cta]