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Home Affairs Committee
The Committee resumes its inquiry into policing for the future and takes evidence from Chief Constables from a diverse set of forces to explore the current and future challenges of modern policing.
This is the first of a series of oral evidence sessions to be held in this resumed inquiry.
Evidence given by Dr Helen Beckett, Director, The International Centre: Researching Child Sexual Exploitation, Violence and Trafficking, University of Bedfordshire, Cassandra Harrison, Director, Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse, Elaine McConnell, CEO, The Lucy Faithfull Foundation, Adam Pemberton, Corporate Director of Strategy & Performance, Barnardo’sChief Constable Simon Bailey, Lead for Child Protection, National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC), Will Kerr, Director of Vulnerabilities, National Crime Agency (NCA), Chief Inspector Ronnie Egan, District Commander – Chelmsford and Maldon District Policing Area, Essex Police
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Home Affairs Committee questions academics, charities and law enforcement agencies on child sexual exploitation and abuse (CSEA)