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Hidden crimes affect our neighbours, our friends, and our family, and we often do not recognise the signs in our communities.
Neighbourhood Watch Network is delighted to bring to you a series of special online webinars with expert speakers, delivering guidance, research, and case studies on specific hidden crimes.
The webinars cover a selection of topics that are often not addressed and spoken about, but they feel that you should be aware of.
· Modern slavery and human trafficking – a topic which affects the most vulnerable in our society.
· Domestic violence and abuse – an objective looks at how they can spot the signs and what they can do to help.
· Crimes affecting young people: Radicalisation – often a crime that does not get talked about until something happens.
· Controlling and coercive behaviour – another form of abuse that controls how a partner in a relationship behaves.
Over a four-day period from Monday 20th – Thursday 23rd November, they invite you to join the conversation with us and ask questions of our independent experts.
How to book your place
If you would like to join the webinars, please either click HERE to book your place, or click on the individual webinars listed below. You will need to book separately for each of the webinars that you would like to join. All webinars will be held on Zoom.
|Date and Time
|Link to register
|Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Guest speaker from antislavery.org
|Monday 20th November 12.30pm – 1.30pm
|Domestic Violence and Abuse Guest speaker from National Centre for Domestic Violence
|Tuesday 21st November 4pm – 5pm
|Crimes affecting young people – Radicalisation Guest speaker from MET Police Prevent programme
|Wednesday 22nd November
|Controlling and Coercive behaviour Guest speakers from HER Centre
|Thursday 23rd November. 5pm – 6pm
They look forward to welcoming you to our online events and why not share with others to attend. Book your space now to avoid disappointment.