We are delighted to announce that Trilateral Research, Lincolnshire Police and The NWG will be holding a free webinar on March 24 and March 25 to demonstrate the development of CESIUM, our cutting-edge partnership tool to tackle child exploitation and offer early intervention opportunities.
The CESIUM application will be presented and demonstrated at two identical webinars to ensure opportunities for all to attend:
- March 24, 2021 – 10:30 to 12:30 GMT
- March 25, 2021 – 13:00 to 15:00 GMT
The webinars are aimed at individuals from all agencies (statutory and voluntary) who are involved in tackling the exploitation of children. The webinars will provide all attendees with an overview of the CESIUM product, how it can be utilised by a variety of agencies and the opportunities CESIUM offers all professionals in tackling exploitation.
View full agenda here:
- Welcome and introductions
- CESIUM product animation presentation
- Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner – Marc Jones
- National Police Chiefs Council, Vulnerability Knowledge and Practice Programme (VKPP) Senior Project Manager – Phil Ashford
- CESIUM Project Manager – Jon Betts
- CESIUM product demonstration – Robert Kinder
- Lincolnshire Police, genesis and impact of CESIUM assisting in tackling child exploitation – Chief Supt Jon McAdam and DI Reid Martin
- NPCC lead for Police Data Analytics – Assistant Chief Constable Chris Todd
- NWG Chief Executive Officer – Sheila Taylor MBE
- South Yorkshire Partnership Journey & CESIUM opportunities for South Yorkshire – Marcus Isman- Egal- Doncaster Children’s Trust
- Round up – Q & A
CESIUM supports the fight against child exploitation in a number of ways; it can search systems and present professionals with information that is often hidden or scattered in a variety of places. CESIUM then presents this information in a meaningful way for the attention of professionals and helps child safeguarding partnerships to work together to safeguard children and respond to the direction of policy in this area.
CESIUM does not make decisions for professionals, instead, it ensures that they have the right information in a timely fashion, in order to apply their own professional judgement to determine what action needs to be taken to safeguard a child. It can also help determine potential victims or perpetrators of exploitation and assist in the identification of locations where exploitation is taking place.
For more information on the creation and development of CESIUM, read our interview with the Project Manager.
If you’d like to be involved please contact us at CESIUM@trilateralresearch.com