International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children Australia Ltd

3 November 2023

November 3, 2023

Today’s selection includes items relevant to those in financial services, government and support services.

  1. Great reminder from AUSTRAC about the Financial Crime Guide – the guide covers the identification, reporting and prevention of financially facilitated CSE – https://www.austrac.gov.au/working-together-prevent-sexual-exploitation-children
  2. Expanded mandatory reporting is now in effect in WA as of the 1st of November https://www.wa.gov.au/government/announcements/mandatory-reporting-of-child-sexual-abuse-expanded-better-protect-children
  3. Webinar: Understanding support needs, and barriers to support provision, for victim-survivors of sexual exploitation is being run by the AIC on Tue 14th Nov 2023 – https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing/1141660

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