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County Lines – A Multi-Agency Approach

01 July 2021

This training session run by the Modern Slavery Partnership (MSP) is suitable for front line practitioners in statutory and non-statutory agencies.


It is one of four webinars being run by the MSP to train professionals on how they can identify and safeguard potential victims of Modern Slavery and highlight the work of agencies who can provide support and guidance.

The July session focuses on County Lines

Key learning objectives:

  • An overview of Child-Centred Policing
  • Current challenges
  • New approaches – importance of language
  • A local authority approach to tackling county lines
  • St Giles SOS Service
  • Case studies and personal accounts from those involved
  • Realities, consequences and reachable moments
  • The CERAF
  • A community resilience approach
  • How young people are drawn into gangs
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences

Speakers are:

  • DI Lee Colvin, Hants Police
  • Neil Connolly, Usman Bhatti & Rosanna McCartney, Hants Children’s Services & St Giles Trust
  • Bill Crooks & Jackie Mouradian, The Clewer Initiative

The session is only open to front line practitioners in statutory and non-statutory agencies – for further information contact Kate Davis, Modern Slavery County Coordinator on



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