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Child Sexual Exploitation

Tackling child sexual exploitation

The tackling child sexual exploitation action plan from the Department for Education is available to download from the gov.uk website using the link below –

Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation Action Plan (link opens in new window)

Alfie’s Story

Alfie’s story is a video produced by Not in our Community. This video is seen as one of the best in the UK exploring Child Criminal Exploitation and how organised crime groups or drug dealers groom children into criminality.

Alfie’s Story Part 1 | Alfie’s Story Part 2 | Alfie’s Story Part 3

NSPCC: Child Sexual Exploitation

The NSPCC provide information on child sexual exploitation on their website. This can be accessed through the link below –

NSPCC: Child Sexual Exploitation (link opens in new window)

Not in our community

Not in our community is developed with young people through social media and working with schools and youth groups. This website also contains information for parents, carers and professionals. Visit the site using the link below –

Not in our community (link opens in a new window)

Children and young people going missing

Children and young people going missing is inextricably linked with child sexual exploitation. Going missing can be both a cause and a consequence of being sexually exploited. For further information use the links below –

Practice for local professionals (link opens in a new window)

Statutory guidance on children who run away or go missing from home or care (link opens in a new window)

Missing Kids UK

Missing Kids UK is a website run by the Missing Children Team which is part of CEOP Command within the National Crime Agency. The Team is a specialist unit providing advice and support to UK law enforcement and other partners in relation to missing children issues and work closely with the UK Missing Persons Bureau.  This includes supporting and promoting the use of the Child Rescue Alert system to quickly and safely recover high risk missing children.  They do not take reports of missing children from members of the public but their website provides advice for parents and guardians. Visit the website through the link below –

Missing Kids UK (link opens in a new window)