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Domestic, Sexual Violence & Abuse and Violence against Women & Girls (VAWG) 

Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking

Think Protect Connect

This toolkit aims to provide schools and other youth settings with a range of innovative resources to safeguard children and young people from online radicalisation and extremism. 

East Sussex Stay Safe Programme

This directory pulls together, for the first time, a variety of programmes and workshops which are currently being offered by a range of agencies and organisations and focus on different strands of community safety and personal safety such as cyberbullying and preventing extremism.

There are two age specific parts to the directory:

  • Primary School Programme
  • Secondary School/FE Programme

National Counter Terrorism and Security Office - CitizenAID 

A new app called ‘CitizenAID’ has been launched by the National Counter Terrorism and Security office.

It is for ‘everyone’ and provides information/advice on ‘extreme’ first aid and immediate actions in situations where there are multiple casualties: stabbing, bomb incident, mass shooting. 

East Sussex Against Scams Partnership - Scams Resource Pack

The Scams Resource pack is an easy reference tool for useful websites, contact numbers, key messages, recommended newsletters, scams awareness events etc. 

Friends Against Scams Online Awareness Raising Session

Friends Against Scams has been created to tackle the lack of scams awareness by providing information about scams and those who fall victim to them. This information enables communities and organisations to understand scams, talk about scams and cascade messages throughout communities about scams prevention and protection.

Friends Against Scams encourages communities and organisations to take the knowledge learnt and turn it into action.  Click here to start your 20 minute session now. 

Safe:Space Sussex website 

This provides an online directory of local specialist support services, as well as information about different types of crime.  The image below will take you through to the website.

Members of the Safer Communities Partnership