Toolkit for working with CYPs trafficked for purpose of criminal exploitation
Posted: 21 January 2018
The term ‘county lines’ is becoming more widely recognised and used to describe situations where young people may be internally trafficked for the purpose of criminal exploitation. What is often less understood is the experiences a young person faces and the potential for them to be harmed through various forms of abuse and exploitation as a result. This toolkit hopes to address some gaps in knowledge and offer suggestions for supporting young people who are at risk of, or being trafficked for the purpose of criminal exploitation.
This guidance has been produced by The Children’s Society as part of the National CSE/A Prevention Programme for England and Wales, in partnership with Victim Support.
Table of Contents
- Introduction & Definition
- Context of Criminal Exploitation
- Vulnerabilities & Indicators
- Barriers to Engagement
- Practical Tips Language
- Services Available (Nationally)
- Resources Available Research