To view the 7 minute briefing on the topic of hate crime, including what it is, our duty, ways to report and guidance, please click on the link below:
To view the Pan-Lancashire Anti-Slavery Partnership newsletter from May 2019, please click on the link below:
Please see below a 7 minute briefing on capacity, sex and marriage
Please see below a 7 minute briefing on Making Safeguarding Personal
This snapshot gives an overview of the new People in a Position of Trust Policy and agency responsibilities. To be viewed alongside the new PiPoT policy on the policies page.
BBC launched Own It, a new website full of fun and empowering tips, insight, stories and advice to help 9-12 year olds get the most out of their time online.It aims to help children develop the confidence and resilience to tackle the everyday challenges they face online. Own It brings a child’s perspective of online life and the issues it throws up. It covers everything from online privacy and avoiding malware, through to dealing with everyday dilemmas children face online, as well as having fun. Quick links to charities and organisations like Childline, whose phone lines and online chat can provide urgent support should children need it, will also be available.
There is also a section for parents and carers to access for support. To view the website please click on the link below:
Modern slavery is not something confined to history, it is still happening today, and it’s happening in Lancashire. Modern slavery could be happening right in front of you – whether that’s in nail bars, car washes, rural businesses, brothels, massage parlours, or a property in your neighbourhood. In Lancashire, partners are committed to rooting out those individuals who choose to exploit others.
Lancashire Constabulary, together with Lancashire Victim Services and the Royal College of Nursing have developed a new set of materials to give an identity to the work they are doing around modern slavery. The below material gives more information on modern slavery, the signs that could indicate that someone is a victim of slavery and what to do if you suspect someone is being exploited. To view the material, please click on the link below.
‘Modern slavery. Look closer. It could be right in front of you.’
To read the news article on how public sector workers and business leaders are set to be trained by police in how to identify victims of human trafficking and modern slavery in Blackburn and Burnley, please click on the link below:
Blackburn with Darwen Advocacy Hub is an independent service that can support you to access health and social care services by ensuring your voice is heard and understand your rights. For more information, please click on the link below to download the leaflet: