Child exploitation disruption toolkit | Home Office

This Guidance was first published by the on 15 April 2019.

The toolkit incorporates relevant legislation to address:

  • abduction and trafficking
  • sexual offences
  • victim care
  • unusual or harmful behaviour
  • locations of specific concern

In addition, the toolkit includes best practice in information sharing and multi-agency working as well as intelligence and evidence gathering.

Download at source: Child Exploitation Disruption Toolkit

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