Safe and Sound seek to make an important and lasting, positive difference to children and young people at risk, or affected by child sexual exploitation.  Our team is made up of dynamic, passionate people who are committed to the fight to end exploitation, sexual violence and abuse forever.


Invitation to Tender for a report into the future direction of Safe and Sound’s education activity:

Period of contract:   3 months to start as soon as possible


We are looking to commission an organisation or individual to develop and produce a three-year strategy for Safe and Sound’s educational activities.

Our recent three-year strategy recognises that Safe and Sound has an important educational objective which contributes towards fighting child sexual abuse.  Our definition of education extends beyond training, to include the provision of programmes that educate professionals, parents, carers, families, children, and young people about the child sexual abuse, and the actions to be taken to ensure children and young people are safe from harm.

The strategy will be evidence-based, with a comprehensive analysis of the potential market for any future delivery, an outline of appropriate delivery model(s), the resourcing requirements, and an identification of income generating opportunities.

Please download the full project specification below which includes how to apply.

S&S Education Review Specification 2018

If you have any questions about this project, contact Nathalie Walters, Chief Executive, on 01332 362120 or email [email protected]

Opportunity closes at 5pm, 20th July 2018.



We are also looking for a provider of strategic and tactical communications services


Safe and Sound is working towards a world where children and young people are free from sexual abuse and exploitation. We are seeking a PR agency to support us to promote our work and increase knowledge and understanding of the issues we are tackling.


Despite high profile media coverage about child sexual abuse, there is still a lack of awareness within society of child sexual abuse and exploitation, how it happens, who is affected, and the impact it has on people’s lives. In order to ensure that children at risk are identified and supported, and that those who have been sexually abused and exploited receive the help they need to recover from their trauma, we must increase knowledge and understanding across society.

In addition, there remains little awareness of Safe and Sound and its work amongst the communities we work in.  We need to promote the organisation to the general public to ensure that people know about us both to make sure that those who need our support know where and how to access our services, as well as to attract additional support and funding.  We also need to promote services to those who refer young people affected by child sexual abuse and need our services.

Communications objectives

  • To increase the profile of Safe and Sound in tackling child sexual abuse.
  • To build the Safe and Sound brand as the leading expert in tackling child sexual abuse and exploitation in the East Midlands.
  • To increase awareness and understanding of child sexual abuse and exploitation across the East Midlands and how it fits into the national picture.
  • To make the case for continued and new funding for Safe and Sound by showcasing the positive impact of our work on the lives of children, young people and their families.
  • To encourage target audiences to champion Safe and Sound and raise awareness of our work.
  • To provide channels for feedback.
  • To raise the profile of specific issues and Safe and Sound’s response.

For more information, contact Nathalie on 01332 362120 or email [email protected]



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    Established in 2002, Safe and Sound works to keep children and young people safe and sound from sexual exploitation.


    We provide support for victims of CSE, educational awareness and training for practitioners working with young people.

  • WHAT WE DID IN 2014

    In 2014 we provided support to 89 children and young people in Derby City - read more about our work fighting CSE in 2014.