If you want to ask a question or talk through any issues or concerns, call the Stop it Now! confidential, freephone helpline on 0808 1000 900.
The helpline is available from 9am-9pm Monday to Thursday and 9am-5pm Fridays. Alternatively you can contact us for help and advice via email at this address: firstname.lastname@example.org, with a response in 48 hours.
Emails received at this address are anonymised to preserve confidentiality, but please do not include details such as telephone numbers as this would be classified as identifying information. Please see our confidentiality policy below.
Also note that emails may not be replied to immediately due to high demand for the service. We aim to respond to all emails within 3-5 working days. If you are looking for immediate help, please contact the Helpline by phone.
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Request a child sexual abuse prevention seminar through your child’s school or community group
The more people that get sound information on how to protect children from sexual harm the better. One way could be through hosting a child sexual abuse prevention seminar through a community group, a workplace, a faith group or a child’s school. Awareness raising seminars provide those attending with sound information and advice on how to protect children from sexual abuse.
If your local police service is operating the Disclosure Scheme – Keeping Children Safe – Your Right to Ask, they will also be conducting child sexual abuse prevention seminars and you should contact the service directly for information.
Further information on the training seminars is available here.