We’re extremely proud to have worked with ACCCE to refine and extend their brand, strengthening audience engagement and aligning it more closely with their vision to free children from exploitation.
The brand represents multi-agency involvement and state-of-the-art technology, creating a safety net for the protection of children. Their determination in everything they do was, and remains, unwavering, reassuring, and trailblazing in their approach.
But our work didn’t end there. There is work for all of us to do. ACCCE calls on us to Stop the Stigma and join a community-driven campaign to break the silence on online child sexual abuse. In taking that step, “survivors are more likely to seek support. Perpetrators will find it harder to hide. This is vital for preventing this crime from happening to our children.” — Stop the Stigma, ACCCE
Online child sexual exploitation is a reality. And one that felt immovable for a long time. But in watching the film and writing this article I’ve learnt that you, like me, can do small things that count in a big way. Write about it. Read about it. Talk about it.
Where to start:
Watch and join The Children in the Pictures campaign.
Start conversations about child sexual exploitation to Stop the Stigma (remembering to make sure the people you talk to have the capacity to speak about it).
Learn about Trace An Object, helping officers identify objects in the background of child sexual abuse images.