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Workshop Plan Introductions Dionne Atkinson Head of Integrated Services Knowsley Council Julie Johnston Team Manager Safer Communities Team Knowsley Council Tony Kirk Detective Chief Inspector Merseyside Police Kevin Rigby Case Manager Safer Communities Team Knowsley Council Workshop aims and timing Knowsley experience so far. Change of focus Process Future intent Questions and discussions 2011 2012
2014 2016 A relatively durable, predominantly streetbasedgroup ofyoungpeoplewho; based group of young people who; See themselves (and are seen by others) as a discernible group, and Engage in a range of criminal activity and violence They may also have any or all of the following factors: Identify with or lay claim over territory Have some form of identifying structural feature Are in conflict with other, similar, gangs. Peer review found . Clear knowledge and understanding of EGYV nominals and community associates and impact Co-location of health and LA analysts provides opportunity for needs assessment Use of published academic research to inform targeted
interventions Introduction of risk assessment tool to identify high risk nominals that provides a baseline for future impact assessment Background Missing episodes Found or arrested around UK Serious injury and physical risk Partnership identification and research Register of 34 children ..at risk? Learning from GH KSCB Systems Methodology Review (Child M) Critically injured boy, 16, left trail of blood along Grimsby's Macaulay Street after attack By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: March 05, 2014 At the scene: A crime investigator at work in Macaulay Street, Grimsby
A CRITICALLY injured teenager left a trail of blood on a Grimsby street as he banged on doors for help after being attacked in the early hours. Shocked Macaulay Street residents have described how they were awoken by the commotion at around 2.20am yesterday. Case Study Child C Family breakdown in December 2014 Autistic Spectrum, ADHD Previously subject to School action plus and exclusions Parents in full time employment siblings at University
Exploited by OCG - leader believed to be from Liverpool, Widnes Police linking in with Merseyside. Arrested with another vulnerable Knowsley young person: relevant care leaver, victim of sexual offences, mum died when 9, father serving lengthy prison sentence for sexual offences, history of neglect, school action plus Case Study Child C April 2014: Possession of cannabis Triage Aug 2014: Ellesmere Port - arrested 1am with 2 known adults from Liverpool Dec 2014: Widnes address - both arrested PWITs Class A Dec 2014: Widnes address - both arrested PWITs Class A - drugs professionally hidden in double glazing Jan 2015: Both present at City centre address where forced entry and stabbing took place one boy hit with hammer Jan 2015: Widnes address - PWITs Class A. Hospital medical found large amount of Class A drugs secreted in his body.
Parents displaying a level of naivety offering to pay debts for lost drugs. What we thought we knew Supply of cannabis to children/schools Introductions by friends already groomed Increasing use of unknown children
Additional vulnerabilities Rapid escalation into distribution of Class A / cross border / internal concealment Children paid for their part in the distribution - may have younger children working for them Consequences of non co operation, arrest/asset seizures Key indicator is Children Missing Offence types have increased 3 fold over past 3 years (YOS) Lack of strategy or policy for professionals for responding to exploitation of this type Recommendations Instruct a task and finish group Commission Problem Profile (Include Child M SMR Findings & register of 34) Local procedure to be developed to assist practitioners Referral to the Merseyside Criminal Justice Board
KSCB Child Criminal Exploitation procedure Three main elements to the procedure: 1. Identification/screening for Child Criminal Exploitation 2. Graded response to identified level of risk 3. Guidance on completing plans to reduce risk Identification and Screening for CCE Based on risk factors identified in the local problem profile Covers child risk factors, parent/carer risk factors and community risk factors The screening tool should be completed when: A professional or group of professionals is concerned that a child is at risk of becoming, or is currently being, criminally exploited A parent/caregiver is expressing concern to professionals that their child is at risk of becoming, or is currently being, criminally exploited A child is indicating that they are at risk of becoming, or are currently
being, criminally exploited A professional or group of professionals has been requested to complete the tool by the Children and Young Persons Meeting. Identification and Screening for CCE Wherever possible, the screening tool should be completed in a multiagency meeting MUST include Police Parents/Caregivers/Child should also contribute to the completion of the screening tool unless doing so increases the risk to the child or their family Reviewed every 6 weeks, sooner if significant information is received Graded response to identified level of risk Level of risk Low
Threshold No/limited evidence at present to indicate the child Prevent is at risk of criminal exploitation Medium Some risk of criminal exploitation identified but risk can be managed through multi agency Prevent/Monitor planning and support Response Tier 1 2 response The child requires a Tier 1 2 response in relation to their risk of becoming criminally exploited
At least Tier 3 response The child requires at least an Early Help Assessment and is likely to require a Tier 3 response in relation to their risk of becoming criminally exploited. Multi-agency planning is required to address their needs Ongoing monitoring and information sharing across agencies is necessary Lead Agency Practitioner Lead Practitioner (YOS Case Manager or Social Worker if already
otherwise involved) High The risk of the child being At least Tier 3 response Stronger criminally exploited is high The child requires consideration for assessment by the MASH Families Case and a specialised response in relation to their risk of becoming criminally exploited. Manager, YOS Prevent/Protect is required to reduce the Specialised intervention is required Case Manager risk of exploitation Ongoing monitoring and information sharing across agencies is or Social necessary Worker Very high risk/is The child is already being Tier 4 response Stronger being exploited criminally exploited or is
The child requires a social-work led assessment in relation to Families Case highly likely to be exploited criminal exploitation Manager, YOS imminently. Immediate Ongoing monitoring and information sharing across agencies is Case Manager Protect action is required and will necessary or Social involve intensive multiWorker agency support and/or surveillance. Children and Young Peoples Meeting Current Young Offending
Stop Checks Future to include: Under 12s YP Victims of Crime Anti Social Behaviour/ ABA Association Victims of CCE
Area Mapping Children and Young Peoples Meeting The Children and Young Peoples Meeting will: Maintain database and track changes of children assessed as medium risk or higher Monitor those at medium risk Monitor, gather and share information on those assessed as high, very high or currently exploited Gather information on alleged perpetrators, map associations and share with police Assist practitioners through information, advice and guidance Multi Agency Implementation Group
Procedures signed off by KSCB Initial launch of procedure Identify further training need across borough Review procedure and screening tool Identify practitioner resources Highlight gaps in interventions/links with commissioning Embed CCE as part of ongoing practice Links to be established with CSE team (SHIELD).. Head of Service Local Authority
Police Detective Inspector Team Manager Police 1 x D/Sgt 3 x D/Constables 1 x Intel Offi cer 2 x MFH/CSE Coordinators Barndaros CSE Worker 2 Social
Workers 1 Family Support Worker MASH Education Offi cer 1 x Business Support Assistant Catch 22 Critically injured boy, 16, left trail of blood along Grimsby's Macaulay Street after attack By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: March 05, 2014 At the scene: A crime investigator at work in Macaulay Street, Grimsby
A CRITICALLY injured teenager left a trail of blood on a Grimsby street as he banged on doors for help after being attacked in the early hours. Shocked Macaulay Street residents have described how they were awoken by the commotion at around 2.20am yesterday.
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