Asking better questions: Data for intelligence Friday 21 October Overview This event explored how partnerships can use data more effectively to help transform a local area’s understanding of child exploitation and extra-familial harm. Rebecca Godar (Policy Intelligence, TCE Delivery Partner) explored how local areas can use their data more effectively to transform their understanding of child exploitation and extrafamilial harm. Rozanne Stevens (Senior Manager) and Joanne Beese (Lead Analyst) explained the work of Greater Manchester’s Complex Safeguarding Hub. Useful resources Data for Intelligence – Tackling Child Exploitation (researchinpractice.org.uk) About the speakers Rebecca Godar, Director, Policy Intelligence Rozanne Stevens (Senior Manager, Children’s Social Care – Rochdale Borough Council) Joanne Beese (Lead Analyst, Greater Manchester Complex Safeguarding Hub) explained the work of Greater Manchester’s Complex Safeguarding Hub. Designed for TCE’s events are aimed at strategic leaders, senior managers and individuals in all roles and agencies, drawn from both traditional and non-traditional safeguarding partners, plus participants with an interest in ideas to support systems improvement in relation to child exploitation and extra familial harm. This event is not aimed at student social workers. Please note: Spaces are limited per organisation and only available to those working in England due to TCE’s Department for Education funding.