Jane Reeves is an Emeritus Professor in teaching-learning and innovation at the Centre for Child Protection and was one of the founding Directors of the Centre. She is a qualified social worker. As a Co-Director of CCP she worked with many stakeholders to co-write immersive simulations that tackle complex child protection issues including sexual abuse (‘Rosie 1’); neglect (‘Rosie 2’); radicalization and extremism (‘Zak’; ‘Behind Closed Doors’); paedophilia (‘Elliot’); child sexual exploitation (‘Looking out for Lottie’); and ‘Rosie goes to court’. The simulations are widely used across the UK and internationally by professionals and young people. She has led innovative projects funded by the DfE and Innovate UK and has worked on an Erasmus project with the University of Stirling, protecting children across Europe through modernising the social work curriculum. She is currently leading a global EVAC Project on online sexual exploitation and trafficking which is designing a serious digital game for children and young people in Thailand and Cambodia.