Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Safeguarding Children Partnership Board Conference –

Working in partnership to progress our priority areas

Please note: Registration for this conference is now closed

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13th December 2023


09:00 – 16:30


Delta Hotels by Marriott Huntingdon, Hinchingbrooke Business Park, Kingfisher Way, Huntingdon, Pe29 6FL

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Our Speaker Contributors Include:

Dr Emilia Wawrzkowicz

Dr Emilia Wawrzkowicz is the Designated Doctor for Safeguarding Children and a Consultant Paediatrician based in Peterborough. She qualified from Charring Cross and Westminster Medical School in London in 1997. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and represents the College in the Department of Health project groups for…

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Dave Sargent

  Dave Sargent is the Vulnerability and Exploitation Lead for the Safeguarding Partnership Board. Daves role encompasses both Adult and Childrens services and he works with a wide range of partners in both areas. Prior to joining the Board Dave was a police officer in Cambridgeshire specialising in Intelligence and Serious and Organised Crime

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Emma Hardy

Emma joined the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) in April 2011. She is their Communications Director with 20 years’ experience and leads IWF’s media relations work, marketing and digital communications, and campaigns. As a member of the Senior Leadership Team, Emma shares responsibility for setting strategy, reputation management, and leads on the communications element of crisis…

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Dr. Natasha Sabin

This session will be facilitated by Dr Natasha Sabin, Practice improvement advisor at the Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse. Natasha is a Forensic Psychologist with professional experience in child sexual abuse. She has worked within Youth Justice services as a practitioner and manager, specialising in harmful sexual behaviour. Natasha has also had roles…

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Conference Programme

09.00 – Arrival and Registration

09.30 – Chair’s Opening Remarks

Jon Chapman, Independent Chair

09.45 – Keynote: Recognising and Responding to CSA – where no disclosure is made

Natasha Sabin, Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse

11.00 – Comfort Break

11.30 – Keynote: Internet Watch Foundation

Emma Hardy, Internet Watch Foundation

12.45 – Lunch Break

13.45 – Understanding Child Exploitation from a Parental Perspective

Facilitated by Dave Sargent, Partnership Strategic Lead ( Vulnerability and Exploitation)

14.45 – Comfort Break

15.15 – Understanding CSA- to include lived experience and launch of our local Partnership CSA strategy

Facilitated by Dr Emilia Wawrzkowicz, Designated Doctor

16.15 – Chair’s Closing Remarks

*Programme subject to change without notice

150+ Attendees

3+ Speakers and Experts

Networking opportunities

Contact and Information

Who should attend?

This conference is intended for practitioners who work for agencies across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough that support children and their families.


The Conference is free but organisations will be charged £75 per person for staff who book a place but do not attend.


Cancellations must be made a minimum of 2 weeks before the conference. Substitutions will be permitted; please email to notify us of any substitutions on the contact details below.

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