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Many social service providers and front line workers have youth clientele who are being sexually exploited, or at risk. These youth can go under-serviced without the proper training and education on the topic. Our presentation will educate staff on the warning signs of exploited youth, current grooming tactics, recent trends, and relevant legislature and resources to help protect their clients. Staff will also have the chance to create concrete strategies for their own clients and have their personal concerns addressed.
A parent's goal is the safety and health of their child. This can feel like an impossible feat in a technology heavy and peer reliant world for our children and youth. Learn about the different forms of sexual exploitation, online and in person, alongside practical tips and strategies you can use as a parent to help keep your children and youth safe from all forms of sexual exploitation. Parents will walk away having knowledge on peer related exploitation trends, such as sexting, as well as online exploitation and grooming trends.
Educators and school district staff play a key role in the personal lives and safety of their students. Often times, a student's safety and wellbeing relies on school staff, who come in contact with them daily. Learn about one of the most common and under-discussed youth issues in BC: Sexual Exploitation. Staff will learn about the different forms of sexual exploitation, current trends with the students in their community, the different forms of predators and peer driven exploitation. Staff will walk away with a better understanding of how these issues affect their students and what they can do to help make a difference.
An overview of sexual exploitation in Canada and BC. The overview will touch on topics relating to pimps, recruitment tactics, online exploitation, child sexual abuse images, barriers to exiting, how to support youth victims, and laws related to the issue.
A focus on the barriers that victims of sexual exploitation face, important supporting principals, how to support victims through the court process, important laws and tools.
A look at why Indigenous populations are over represented with this issue, what places Aboriginal youth at risk of sexual exploitation, and strategies to support at risk youth as well as entrenched youth.
A look at online and female recruitment trends by looking at root causes, behaviours, and tactics. Includes a discussion regarding internet tactics and how they are developed by exploiters. This presentation is from the perspective of how a predator makes decisions and grooms.
Do you have another topic you would like to cover in your conference? Reach out to us and we will tailor our presentation.