Staying safe

Bracknell Forest's Xpresionz website has information on staying safe including:

  • Safe Place Scheme
  • Missing Young People
  • Child Sexual Exploitation
  • E-safety
  • Staying safe when out
  • Your rights and the law
  • The Police

The Bracknell Forest Safe Place Scheme has a number of local shops, businesses and amenities that people can access for support if they are feeling anxious, intimidated, unsafe, disorientated, confused or vulnerable in the community.  Local shops, businesses and amenities display a sticker to let people know that they provide a temporary safe place.

Are you thinking of running away? There are lots of people who can help. Have a look at the different places on the Missing Kids UK website that can give you support. You are not alone.

Child sexual exploitation (CSE) is a form of sexual abuse that involves the manipulation of and/or pressure on young people under the age of 18 into sexual activity.  In a recent serious case review in another area of the country, children who had been victims of sexual exploitation shared their advice to help prevent other children becoming victims.  Here, we share some of their advice to help other children stay safe and encourage them to speak up.
 

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