Group A/B/C: MASTERCLASS County Lines

The Tomlinson Centre

Queensbridge Road, London, E8 3ND

11 February 2019

09:30 – 12:30 OR

13:30 – 16:30

Group A/B/C

Vulnerable Adolescents

Limited Spaces

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Course details:

Aim of the course

This County Lines training has been designed to help front-line professionals tackle the growing County Lines problem. It centres on four short films which explain how county lines operate. The films illustrate, drawing on a mother’s and young person’s personal experience, how young people are recruited, and associated risk factors to be alert to.


By the end of the course participants will:

  • have increased their awareness of what County Lines is and how it operates.
  • understand the ways in which children & young people are being exploited and how to spot the early signs.
  • have developed their confidence and effectiveness in managing young people engaged with County Lines.
  • developed a more consistent and informed approach to supporting and safeguarding young people.
  • developed an understanding of the relationship between vulnerability and becoming a perpetrator of crime and the potential consequences of this for the young person’s mental health.

Facilitator: Karen Cleaver, Professor of Integrated Care, University of Greenwich


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Before applying for CHSCB multi-agency training courses, you must have attended induction training within your own organisation, which includes familiarisation with its child protection responsibilities and the policies and procedures to be followed if you have concerns about a child's safety or welfare.

If you are applying for a Group B or C course, you must have completed introductory safeguarding children training with the CHSCB or an equivalent training course within another borough/organisation.