The ROSE project
ROSE stands for Reaching Out on Sexual Exploitation. We support young people who are at risk of – or are being exploited – by providing support through a range of different services.
“I’m impressed with the quality of evidence & the impact they have on addressing the risks of CSE. The project is child-centred & committed to getting the best outcomes for children at risk. The ROSE project is an asset to Norfolk & has made valuable contributions to the county’s strategic direction.”
Norfolk Safeguarding Children Board Manager.
How can I refer?
All concerns about CSE are reported to the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) where they are risk-assessed. If you have safeguarding concerns for a young person around CSE, then in the first instance you will need to contact the MASH directly, on 0344 800 8020.
The high-risk cases are referred to the Rose Project for befriending, and with consideration for medium cases also being referred.
Work in schools
We have a partnership with Engage Educational Schools to provide one-to-one preventative support where there may be a risk of CSE, or where there are concerns around their relationships or online use.
From September we are now offering this service to other schools and colleges to purchase so please contact us for more information.
Also see our Jigsaw Page for more services available in schools for groups and classes.
“The ROSE Project go out of their way to help” PSHE teacher.
We receive our referrals for RHIs from the MASH on a daily basis.
We work with partner agencies to ensure all young people reported missing receive an RHI and are offered this by the most appropriate agency.
For free, confidential support call: 0808 800 1037Start a live chat
How can I become more confident in spotting the signs of CSE?
We offer a range of training courses to professionals regarding CSE.
Please see our Jigsaw Programme page for further details.