Warwickshire Police is hosting an online discussion for members of the public to ask questions about the work we are doing to tackle child sexual exploitation.
The Warwickshire multi-agency team, Warwickshire Police, Barnardo’s and Warwickshire County Council will be on hand to answer questions during the hour-long session on Wednesday 14 March.
People can log on to the force website www.warwickshire.police.uk between 7pm and 8pm and ask questions about the work the team is doing around child sexual exploitation.
A team of representatives including Detective Sergeant Kathryn Somerville from Warwickshire Police, Katy Shipley from Barnardo’s and Ramdeep Sandhu from Warwickshire County Council Children Services will be answering questions.
Anyone who would like to ask a question but is not able to join the conversation on the day can send in questions in advance by tweeting to @WarksCSE or posting a message on the WarwickshireCSE Facebook page.
There will also be the facility to ask questions privately.
Detective Chief Inspector Nigel Jones said: “We know how important it is to keep the public updated on all the work we are doing to tackle child sexual exploitation.
“This is a great way for people to speak directly to the officers and team who investigate these offences and support young people.”
To join the online conversation on the day go to www.warwickshire.police.uk/WarwickshireCSEwebchat.
If you have concerns that someone you know could be a victim of child sexual exploitation contact the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Always call 999 in an emergency.
For more information about the work to tackle this issue, visit our Child Sexual Exploitation page.