The resources below include useful downloads and links related to
Click below to download Tameside College's Safeguarding Policy. The policy includes the college's procedures for dealing with reported of issues.
The NCA's CEOP Command (formerly the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) works with child protection partners across the UK and overseas to identify the main threats to children and coordinates activity against these threats to bring offenders to account. We protect children from harm online and offline, directly through NCA led operations and in partnership with local and international agencies.
Click here to visit 'CEOP'
Tameside Safeguarding Children's Board is the partnership responsible for making
sure that children and young people are kept safe. The college works with the TSCB
to make sure our staff have the knowledge to keep you safe and support you if you
need it. You can find out more about the board and ways in which they support and
protect Children and Young People here.
Click here to visit 'Tameside Safeguarding Children's Board'
The link above takes you to Chatdanger - a site all about the potential dangers
on interactive services online like chat, IM and Facebook. You can also click on
the thinkuknow (CEOPS) link below for information and advice about online safety.
If you are worried about something you have seen online or your safety online please
come and see us in Student Services.
Click here to visit 'Chatdanger'
Domestic abuse (also called domestic violence) happens when one person hurts or
bullies another person who is or was their partner or who is in the same family.
It can happen between people who are going out together, living together, have children
together or are married to each other. It can happen either when people live together
Domestic abuse can also happen after a relationship has finished. Although domestic
abuse happens mostly between adults, young people can be affected by the abuse that
they see and hear. Young people may also experience abuse from their own boy/girlfriend.
Help and advice from Tameside MBC
Information from 'End the Fear'
CSE is the sexual exploitation of children under 18 by adults (over 18) who are
not related to them. The young person is often given ‘something’ which might be
alcohol, cigarettes, a gift, shelter, even compassion or flattery, in order to gain
their trust before sexually abusing them. This contact may be made by any means,
for example, in person, via mobile phone messages or the internet.
The Phoenix Team Tameside work to tackle CSE and there is more information about
theme and what CSE is at the link above. If you are concerned about CSE for you
or someone else please come and see us in Student Services for support.
here to visit 'CSE'