Emma Bloodworth

Police Officer

A passion for safety

Emma is a Police Officer, currently working with the National Police Council and the National Task Force to tackle violence against women and girls. Emma’s background is county lines and child exploitation and believes that the violence against girls is underreported across the board but especially in County Lines. Emma wants people, communities, and professionals to ensure they understand the signs and key indicators of child exploitation and the violence that girls are subjected to. Emma is a positive disruptor and challenges everyone to look through the door and be part of the solutions. Emma has been commended for her work with South Yorkshire Police both regionally and nationally and is committed to ensuring that the vulnerable are protected and the voiceless are heard. Emma is keen to share an idea focused on how we can collectively reduce the incidents of violence against women and girls by working to educate men and boys.

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