May 13, 2022 Briefings, Learning and Reflections, Minoritised voices & expertise by experience Parents Against Child Exploitation (Pace): A case study Research ReportsBy Ellie Mendez-Sayer Download Parents Against Child Exploitation (Pace) is a national charity that believes parents and carers should be valued as key partners in safeguarding children from exploitation. Established in 1998, Pace works to keep children and young people safe from exploitation by supporting parents and carers and by working in partnership with parents, carers, police and family services, to disrupt perpetrators. Pace also trains professionals to better support children, young people, parents and carers affected by exploitation with a trauma-informed, family-centric approach. Lindsay Dalton, the interim CEO at Pace, spoke to the Tackling Child Exploitation (TCE) Support Programme about her organisation’s work.This paper sets out three key areas that were discussed in the interview: The Parent Liaison Officer (PLO) service that Pace offers to local authority multi-agency teams developing a response to child exploitation.Working in partnership with parents and carers – key considerations for local areasHow to embed these changes more widely. The final section sets out the key enablers for the work Pace carries out with multi-agency exploitation teams.