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County Lines and Cuckooing
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County lines and cuckooing are terms used to describe ways in which vulnerable people in communities may be exploited. All of us in local communities can play a part in helping to keep other people safe as we are well placed to identify safeguarding concerns but it is important to know the signs to look out for and what to do if you suspect a vulnerable person is being exploited in this way.
This introductory session aims to explain what county lines and cuckooing are, recognise risks to people and determine action to take if you believe someone is being exploited in this way.


To be eligible for funding for courses you must be over 19 years of age as at 31st August 2023 and not be an apprentice, further eligibility may be linked to where you live and we will check that at enrolment stage and may contact you for further information or refer you to alternative provision.


Internet access preferably a laptop and an email address so your tutor may contact you prior to the course.


You will take part in self-assessment activities.
Your teacher will give verbal feedback throughout the course.

You will have the opportunity to meet with one of our team who will be able to offer advice on the variety of learning opportunities.

14088CL
13/03/2024
13/03/2024
02:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Wednesday
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Concessions may be available based on income and benefit status

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