Links & Resources
A guide for parents of children and young people who have got in trouble online (The Lucy Faithfull Foundation)
Visit the website of the North Wales Safeguarding Children's Board.
Kayleigh's Love Story
A powerful video has been created by Leicestershire Police about a girl who was groomed online.
Kayleigh’s Love Story is a film about aspects of the last 13 days of the life of 15-year-old Kayleigh Haywood.
The Leicestershire schoolgirl was groomed online by Luke Harlow, a man she had never met, before being raped and murdered by his next door neighbour Stephen Beadman.
The film has been made to serve as a warning to children and adults of the dangers of grooming and sexual exploitation following Kayleigh’s tragic death in November 2015.
National support services
Website | Phone: 029 2049 3387
Information about fostering and adoption, issues affecting children and young people, fundraising opportunities, online store and more.
Their Seraf service works with children and young people who are at risk of or abused through sexual exploitation in Wales.
Website | Phone: 0844 892 0290
Advice on how to report concerns about a child's welfare, plus information on the care proceedings process. Also an online library of resources, legislation and statistics relating to child welfare.
think u know
Advice for different age groups from 5 to 14+ relating to internet use and staying safe online.
Website | Phone: 0800 1111
Site for young people, containing articles about a wide range of topics, games, chat forums, Q&A and ways to contact the charity directly and confidentially.
Website | Phone: 0113 244 4209
Support and advice for boys and young men experiencing CSE.
PACE (Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation)
Website | Phone: 0113 240 5226
Support and advice for the parents, guardians or carers of young people experiencing CSE.
Stop It Now! (Lucy Faithfull Foundation)
Website | Phone: 0808 1000 900
‘Stop it Now!’ is a child sexual abuse prevention campaign run by The Lucy Faithfull Foundation. It offers a range of prevention services and products, including leaflets and posters, Parents Protect seminars, Internet Safety and Responsibility sessions for pupils, parents and school staff and accredited training for staff.
The Helpline provides confidential and anonymous advice on preventing child sexual abuse. This is available to adults concerned about their own sexual behaviour and thoughts, as well as to adults with concerns about the behaviour of someone close to them, including if that person has been arrested.
Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre (CEOP)
Report online offences through the Safety Centre, register for Child Rescue Alert, learn more about exploitation and other online safety issues.