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Modern slavery

Help free the UK from Modern slavery, report it. If it's an emergency call 999. Or, for help and advice call any time on 0800 0121 700  (free from landlines and most mobile phones). Or, you can visit the Modern Slavery website and complete the online form. If you think slavery is happening, do not attempt to let the victim know that you have reported it or confront the traffickers. You need to ensure their safety and yours.

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Child sexual exploitation

Child sexual exploitation (CSE) is a crime that can affect any child, anytime, anywhere - regardless of their social or ethnic background. The 'Say something' helpline provides help and advice for young people around child sexual exploitation. Phone or text: 116 000 free for immediate support 24/7.

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Child protection

Protecting Children – Our Statutory Duty Devon and Cornwall Police and other statutory partners (local authority, health, education and police) have a legal duty to share information and work together to safeguard children and protect them from harm and abuse. These statutory responsibilities and arrangements are set out nationally in Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018. Each Local Authority area has a Safeguarding Children Partnership or Board responsible for ensuring services in that area are working effectively to protect children. New Working Together arrangements have been published for Cornwall, Plymouth and Torbay. Working Together in Cornwall and IOS – July 2019 Working Together in Plymouth and Torbay – July 2019

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Honour-based abuse

Honour-based abuse is a term that is used to describe the action taken when a family or a community believes that the victim has breached the family's honour or the honour code, or it is believed that the victim may have brought shame or dishonour to the family or community.

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Human trafficking

Human trafficking is a horrendous crime. Victims are often forced or tricked into a situation from which there can appear to be no escape. They can be kidnapped, falsely imprisoned and raped.

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