#LookCloser to spot and report signs of exploitation

8th February 2021

Young people are being exploited and are losing hope, but it’s not always obvious. Our #LookCloser campaign, developed in partnership with the National County Lines Co-ordination Centre and British Transport Police, encourages everyone to learn the signs of child exploitation and how to report it if worried.

We’re joining @BTP, @PoliceChiefs and @childrensociety in asking the public to #LookCloser. Exploitation can happen anywhere, to any child, even in lockdown. Learn how to look beyond the obvious and spot the signs.

Everyone in society has a role to play in protecting children and young people from abuse and exploitation. If we learn to spot the signs, we can help keep them safe and stop this abuse from happening.

The campaign focuses on public spaces where exploitation may be most visible to the public – parks, supermarkets, transport, banks and online environments like gaming platforms and social media.

Click here for more information.

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