Responding to and Managing Self–Generated Intimate Images

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Responding to and Managing Self–Generated Intimate Images

This webinar provides senior leaders, designated safeguarding leads (DSLs) and staff with practical guidance and support on raising online safeguarding concerns with respect to self-generated intimate content and what to expect in the event of a disclosure from a child.

It is illegal to possess, distribute, show or make indecent images of children (under the age of 18) and share private sexual images without consent. Although most children and young people aren’t creating or sharing these types of images and videos, the potential risks are significant. Schools need to be able to respond swiftly and confidently to make sure children and young people are safeguarded, supported and educated.

In this webinar, Thomas Stead, a DSL with 10 years’ experience in the public and private education sector working alongside child protection and online safety teams, provides an overview of what self-generated intimate content is, steps to take in response to an incident and how to support pupils and parents following a disclosure.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding the law and which themes, behaviours and terminology to be aware of when investigating a child sexual or self-generated intimate image disclosure.

  • Appreciating which threshold should be followed when dealing with an online sexual safeguarding concern.

  • Identifying which child protection route should be taken and what should be expected when dealing with an online sexual safeguarding incident.

  • Understanding how best children, young people and families can be supported following a disclosure.

  • Recognising what other considerations should be made for online safety on field trips, residential overnight stays and online access.

Thomas Stead

About The Expert

Thomas Stead

Thomas Stead is a qualified designated safeguarding lead, advanced skills teacher and head of year who is passionate about promoting and protecting the safety, welfare, and wellbeing of children and adults at risk.
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