Job Opportunity – Young Advisors

Job Opportunity: Young Advisors Young Advisors (YAs) are young people aged 15 – 21 (24 with additional needs). Young Advisors will engage other young people to promote their voice in Knowsley around issues that matter. Click on the following links for more information and on how to apply. Young Advisors Poster – details YAS APPLICATION […]

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County Lines – video clip

County lines victims are recruited through intimidation, deception, violence and grooming. This video shows what County Lines is  https://vimeo.com/276115995 – if you have seen these warning signs in anyone you know, get in contact with police via 101 or @CrimestoppersUK

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Local ‘Find Your Happy Project’ wins a Youth Focus NW Annual Citizen Award

The ‘Find your happy project’ brought together our Children Looked After from Knowsley and Liverpool to work together to explore what their ‘happy’ is, explored through the arts. Sam McIver (Knowsley Council Participation Officer) nominated the project for the Youth Focus North West Annual Citizen awards under the category of ‘Best Social impact project’ and […]

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National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day 2019

​Monday, 18 March is National CSE awareness day, which aims to highlight the issues surrounding child sexual exploitation, encouraging everyone to think, identify and speak out against abuse. The council and partners in Knowsley, including Merseyside Police, are continuing to raise awareness of this sensitive issue by informing, educating and ultimately preventing this form of […]

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Signs of Safety Model Newsletter

The Signs of Safety model is an innovative, strengths-based approach and framework to working with children and families across the continuum of need. Tracey Overs, Children’s Social Care is the Project Lead for SoS. Sarah Herron, KSCB Training Officer will co-ordinate the training programme. Newsletters will be produced  regularly to keep the partnership informed and […]

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