CEOP – online safety

CEOP is the Child Exploitation Online Protection unit within the National Crime Agency.  It is a multi-disciplinary child protection agency which includes law enforcement officers, social workers, education officers, intelligence officers, child psychologists and many more, all working together strategically to tackle child sexual exploitation and abuse.  It pursues offenders and protects those at risk while also working to prevent young people becoming victims through their education resources.

In order to access Thinkuknow resources, you must undertake CEOP Delegate training.  There are 5 modules, with 1,3 and 5 compulsory.  These are:

  1. Introduction to CEOP and Reporting
  2. Children and Young People Online
  3. Online Sexual Abuse
  4. Nude Selfies: What Professionals Need to Know
  5. Thinkuknow Resources

In order to support the use of Thinkuknow with children and young people aged 4-18, we have a new training team which spans all sectors.

  • Diana Brooker DHT Wallace Primary School and Nursery Class
  • Lorna Brown – PT Ralston Primary School
  • Lucy Scollen – DHT Heriot Primary School Heriot Primary School and ELCC
  • Gillian Stafford – Acting DHT Kirklandneuk Primary School
  • Karen Todesco – PT Pupil Support Trinity High School
  • Gillian O’Hare – PT Pupil Support Gryffe High School
  • Chris Wake – PT Pupil Support Park Mains High School
  • Lynn Harris – PT Pupil Support Gleniffer High School
  • Fiona Hewitt – Development Officer – Health and Wellbeing
  • Brenda Rankin – Head of Centre – Glenburn Pre-5 Centre

Whole school Delegate training can be offered as a twilight session or as part of an in-service day with all 5 modules covered within a 90 minute session.   For further details, please contact Fiona Hewitt – or view dates on the CPD calendar.

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