Information sharing between police forces ‘crucial’ to tackling child exploitation

Fiona Simpson
Thursday, October 29, 2020

Barriers to information sharing between police forces and access to funding must be broken down to tackle child criminal exploitation (CCE), say police chiefs behind a new project aimed at addressing the problem.

The project is led by the National Police Chief Council's lead for violence and public protection Simon Bailey. Picture: Simon Bailey/Twitter
The project is led by the National Police Chief Council's lead for violence and public protection Simon Bailey. Picture: Simon Bailey/Twitter

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