Lorin from The Breck Foundation just shared the very touching story of her son at the safeguarding study day, and raising awareness for playing safe whilst using the internet — at East Surrey Hospital.
Lorin speaking at the Fate Paris Summit 2016, sharing Breck's story and how we must all work together to keep young people safe.
18 March 2016 - Lorin giving one of two presentations at the Surrey Police and Surrey Safeguarding Children Board CSE Awareness Raising Event at Dorking Halls. A day of sharing experience and knowledge with multiple professionals.
Also on 17 March 2016 Lorin and members of the Breck Foundation attended the Suzy Lamplugh Trust Personal Safety Awards.
An invitaton from Buckingham Palace for Lorin to attend the NSPCC's Childline 30th anniversary celebrations 17th March 2016 with Dame Esther Rantzen and the Countess of Wessex.
14 March 2016 - Lorin met up with Vanessa Feltz - BBC Radio London, had a chat with Victoria Derbyshire at the BBC Broadcasting House, a discussion with Kevin Hurley for ITV news and was also interviewed for Channel 5 News. The more publicity of Breck's story the more people will be aware of the necessity of online safety.
Lorin visited Home Secretary Theresa May at the Home Office this week to discuss modern technology, the associated dangers and the various safety measures that need to be implemented.
#Dare to Debate with NSPCC and ASKfm.
Did you know that 3,150 children called ChildLine last year because they were worried about being groomed online - up 10% on the previous year. Some of the children were as young as nine.
Lorin was interviewed by RTE Downtown Radio
She also gave a presentation to Year 9 boys at Colchester Royal Grammar school
and a presentation to Year 10 students at Ormiston Rivers Academy, Essex.