Child criminal exploitation

St Giles helps vulnerable young people who are criminally exploited through gangs, serious violence and offending.

a person in a black jacket looking at a crowd of people

Preventative work in schools

The SOS+ Service is an award-winning intervention service in the educational settings, through preventative sessions on violence, vulnerability and exploitation.

Find out more
IMG_5189_HR compressed

Community-based support

Since 2006, we've been at the forefront of helping vulnerable young people who are involved in gangs, serious violence and offending.

Find out more
Roisin Keville Major Trauma Centre

Work in hospitals and custody suites

We work directly in hospitals and police custody suites to provide support for young people involved in or at risk of serious violence and criminal justice involvement.

Find out more
Laughing hipster girl with tattoos and piercing in urban style outdoor in the summer


Helping children and young people have greater awareness of the realities and issues surrounding gang involvement, drugs, violence, extremism and radicalisation.

Find out more

The feedback from students and staff was the best we’ve ever had… Your workshops were relevant to our students, engaging and thought provoking.”

Headteacher, Pupil Referral Unit, Braintree.

This short film explains our preventative work in schools and other community settings to prevent young people from becoming victims of serious violence.

Icon Play Button

Child criminal exploitation

In Summer 2021 our staff members put together a short mini-series highlighting five different vulnerabilities to Child Criminal Exploitation.

The videos draw on their professional expertise and lived experience. They are intended to highlight awareness of CCE and the grooming line.

Get the latest from the St Giles Newsletter

Receiving our newsletter will mean you will be the first to hear about the impact of our work. latest news, invitations to events and find out ways you can support us.