50%
 
 
  Custom Image
   
 

The Essex Safeguarding Children Board understands the importance of listening to you. 

Educating children and providing support and information to parents are considered the most important ways of preventing child sexual exploitation.  Understanding healthy relationships, knowing how to report things when things don’t feel right, and keeping children safe online, are all crucial in helping to tackle child sexual exploitation. Your views, as parents, will help us develop greater awareness of the importance of child sexual exploitation and staying safe online.

What you tell us will be combined with the views of other parents and will be reported anonymously.  This is a confidential questionnaire for you to share your views openly and honestly.

This questionnaire is designed for parents of children of all ages.  If your child is in primary age education, you may feel that some of the questions are not relevant to you, so please answer each question as you see fit.  You can skip any questions you do not wish to answer.

At the end of the survey there are links to sources of information, advice and guidance for parents.

If you are concerned that a child is at risk of being sexually exploited
:

Report child sexual exploitation to the police by dialling 101. If they are in immediate danger, dial 999.

If you are concerned about a child in Essex call Social Care (Family Operations Hub) on 0345 603 7627 (out of hours 0845 606 1212).

For further information about CSE please visit the Essex Safeguarding Board Website using the link:  http://www.escb.co.uk/en-gb/safeguardingtopics/childsexualexploitation.aspx

 

 

   
1.
 
   
2.
 
   
3.
 
   
4.
 
   
5.
 
   
6.
 
   
7.
 
      
Filtering your child's internet access      
Checking your child or children's text messages      
Checking your child or children's internet history      
Checking the contacts in your child's or children's phone      
Checking the messages in your child's or children's phone      
Checking social media accounts or profiles      
Checking messages sent or received through social media      
Checking friends lists on social media      
   
8.
 
    
Filtering your child's internet access    
Checking your child or children's text messages    
Checking your child or children's internet history    
Checking the contacts in your child's or children's phone    
Checking the messages in your child's or children's phone    
Checking social media accounts or profiles    
Checking messages sent or received through social media    
Checking friends lists on social media    
   
9.
 
   
10.
 
   
11.
 
   
12.
 
   
13.
 
   
14.
 
   
15.
 
          
Primary schools          
Secondary schools          
   
16.
 
          
Primary schools          
Secondary schools          
   
 
 
 Next