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***Warning no one should be watching this unless they are aged 13 upwards***
These two videos explain how grooming takes place and the signs to look out for in your friendship group.
The first video shows a young female being befriended by an unknown person on social media. They get talking and finally decide to meet up...
Grooming via Social Media. Kaylee’s love story
This second video shows a young boy playing games online with his friends when an unknown person tries to befriend him. But what does this person want?
Brecks Last Game
Online Safety 4 Schools
Grooming is when a adult builds up a relationship with a child/young person/adult at risk, so that they can abuse and manipulate them into doing things for them.
Grooming can take place:
Some signs to look out for:
A person won't know they're being groomed, they will trust their abuser who is giving them lots of attention and gifts. Also, their groomer may have warned them not to talk to anyone about it.
Chat to a teacher/trusted adult/parent or guardian about your concerns. They will be able to support you with options and where to go next.
If you think a crime has been committed, contact Police via 101 (non-emergency) or 999 if their lives in danger. If you feel you cannot talk to Police, you can report via fearless.org
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