County Lines & Exploitation Learning Event

20 March 2019 9:30am – 4:00pm
Kings House Conference Centre, King's Church, Sidney Street, Manchester, M1 7HB, United Kingdom
Calendar 2019-03-20 09:30:00 2019-03-20 16:00:00 Europe/London County Lines & Exploitation Learning Event For event information please visit: https://www.events.england.nhs.uk/50717 Kings House Conference Centre, King's Church, Sidney Street, Manchester, M1 7HB, United Kingdom Contact
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NHS England (North) have commissioned two learning events for frontline health staff working in the North region. The focus of the event is on “County Lines and Exploitation”.  The first event will take place on 20th March 2019 at Kings House Conference Centre in Manchester.  The event is aimed at frontline health staff working in the North region and places will be limited to 100 per event so early booking is advised.

The agenda will focus on a range of perspectives on how young people can and do become exploited into criminal activity and will cover:

  • The impact of knife crime and how young people present in health settings
  • Criminal Exploitation and County Lines
  • Lived experience of gangs and exploitation - Out of the Shadows

  • Drama presentation on County Lines by AlterEgo Creative Solutions
  • Observable and detectable behaviour - gang culture and radicalisation

The venue is a 5 minute walk from Manchester Oxford Road Station and there is also car parking within a 5-6 minute walk.  Refreshments and lunch will be provided for delegates and there is no charge for the event but please only book  a place if you are able to commit to the day as we anticipate a high demand for places and a cancellation charge may be applied for failure to attend without prior notification.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Questions about this event?

Name: Sue Gunson

Email: england.safeguarding-events@nhs.net

Telephone: 0113 825 5397

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