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The lesson we have to learn in Norfolk


Published by the KLFM News Team at 5:50am 15th November 2017.

It's a lesson we have to learn to keep Norfolk's children safe.

We've been hearing about what's been happening at our police force's conference on child sex abuse.

It looked at the signs and symptoms of this horrific crime as well as understanding its impacts.

One of the key messages from the conference was to encourage more of us to be able to talk about the growing problem openly.

Sometimes we don't recognise the signs of abuse and we aren't sure what to do when we do think a victim is in trouble.

That's why Norfolk Constabulary worked with other groups during this event to see what can be done across our communities to see what can be done to change this.

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Coller from Norfolk Police said:

"If anyone is worried about this - then they should speak up.

"They can report this to us at the police, go to children's services or one of their local agencies.

"If all of us are able to confront it and not turn away from it when someone wants to talk to us about it and to have a greater understanding about this - then I believe we may help more people come forward and talk about what's happened to them."

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