Get help if you think your children is experiencing exploitation
If you are concerned that your child or a child that you know is experiencing exploitation, professionals are available to help, please report your concerns:
Newham Children’s Social Care: 020 3373 4600
Information and advice on keeping your child safe
- NSPCC provides advice and handy tips on ways to keep children safe:
- www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children- safe
- NSPCC also have some great tips on having conversations with your child https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/support-for-parents/talking-about-difficult-topics/
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CEOP works to keep children safe from sexual abuse and grooming online.
If you are worried about the way someone has been communicating with your child online you can make a report via the website.
Information and resources on keeping safe online for children and young people and parents.
Support for children and young people
Childline provides information, advice and a listening ear both over the phone or online for children and young people
Tel: 0800 1111 or visit
You&Co (Victim Support): support for children and young people who have experienced crime. Support also available for parents
Tel: 0808 16 89 111 or visit
Getting help anonymously
Sometimes children and young people feel more comfortable about getting help without sharing their identity.
Fearless.org: If a child wishes to report exploitation anonymously they can do so via the Fearless.org website. Fearless also provides non-judgmental information and advice about crime and criminality
www.fearless.org/anonymous (if a child is in immediate danger the police should be contacted on 999).
Kooth: If your child would like to access anonymous emotional support/ counselling: www.kooth.com