We work with young people, their families and the wider community to prevent child sexual exploitation
Our Sexual exploitation service in Torbay works with young people and their families who have been affected by issues relating to sexual exploitation. We support everyone to understand their experiences and develop strategies to keep safe from harm.
We work closely with local schools to help them understand and be aware of exploitation. The project is targeted to each specific school’s needs, such as training staff, supporting teachers to develop their own sessions on the subject, and reviewing policies.
Our training with professionals and community members will make sure that the wider community understands and is able to recognise the signs of child sexual exploitation.
Who is this service available to?
The service is available to children, young people and their whole families.
How to access this service
The service accepts self-referrals, you can come visit us in person at our Checkpoint Torbay Drop-In (address below), call us on the numbers below or email.
We also accept referrals with the support of an already involved professional, such as doctors, youth workers or social workers.
Telephone: 01803 290 330
Email: The Checkpoint team