The Placer County Office of Education supports school district staff, parents/caregivers, and community-based agencies in issues related to commercial sexual exploitation of children by providing training, staff development, technical assistance, and consultation. Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) refers to a range of crimes and activities involving the sexual abuse or exploitation of a child for the financial benefit of any person, or in exchange for anything of value (including monetary and non-monetary benefits), given or received by any person. In partnership with Placer County Children's System of Care, KidsFirst, Child Advocate's of Placer County, and local law enforcement, the PCOE CSEC team provides educational case management and advocacy for youth at risk of sexual exploitation and their families.
Student Support Practitioner
Coordinator, Prevention Support
What if I suspect a child may be a victim of Commercial Sexual Exploitation?
Please contact Placer County Family and Children's Services 24-hour hotline: 866.293.1940
What are some red flags of of sex trafficking?
Please review this brochure for information on some red flags of CSEC.
What does PCOE do for youth at risk of CSEC?
PCOE offers training, staff development, technical assistance and consultation to school districts in Placer County, as well as educational case management and advocacy for youth at risk.
How to be aware of possible CSEC.
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