Spot the signs of child exploitation posters produced

A series of posters has been produced by ‘Catch 22’, a not for profit business with a social mission, to raise awareness of child exploitation and children missing from home. The posters highlight particular issues and ways to help a young person. These posters can be shared within networks and are relevant to any professionals who work with children.

The posters include ‘Child Criminal Exploitation: How do gangs recruit and coerce young people’, ‘Push and Pull Factors: What causes a child to go missing’, ‘Different Dangers Same Signs’ and ‘Positive relationships to break the CSE cycle’.


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