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Child Sexual Exploitation Conference: Implications from Rotherham for Scotland

Year: 2014
Topic: Health and Wellbeing, Historical abuse, Legislation
Author: Police Scotland, Social Work Scotland, CELCIS

CELCIS and WithScotland, with support from Police Scotland and Social Work Scotland, hosted a conference on Child Sexual Exploitation on Thursday 6 November 2014.

The event gave delegates the opportunity to:

  • hear and reflect on the findings from the Rotherham Inquiry
  • explore implications in the context of policy and practice developments underway in Scotland
  • hear about the work of Child Protection Committees and examples of current good practice
  • discussion what should inform future activities and information sharing.

The conference provided a space for strategic and operational level discussion among agencies and an opportunity to shape the future of child protection in Scotland.

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94 Cathedral St, Glasgow G4 0LG
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celcis@strath.ac.uk

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