CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION

What is Child Sexual Exploitation?

Sexual exploitation is when someone uses a young person for sex in return for something - money, drugs and drink or somewhere to stay for the night.

What is grooming?

Grooming is when someone tricks a young person into thinking they are special or in a relationship with the intention of sexually exploiting them in the future.  They often gain a young person's trust through giving presents, emotional support, food, etc.

National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day - 18th March 2016

Please download, print and share these posters to raise awareness of the day.

 Boy Poster                           Girl Poster

  

 

Other Information:

Know the Signs - Information and Resources for Professionals as part of West Yorkshire Police Campaign for Child Sexual Exploitation.  Please follow link http.//www.westyorkshire.police.uk/cse 

Barnardo's Guidance - Be Aware, Stay Alert and Keep Safe.  Three top tips to keep safe. Posted 18 March 2013.

Spot the Signs - Young People

NSPCC - three short animations which deal with subject of sexual exploitation.
Available on YouTube.  The animations attempt to clarify the complex issues involved and offer starting points for discussion with young people who might be experiencing similar problems.
Source: YouTube: Jay 13 May 2012
Further information: 
  My story is real
  When someone cares about you
  Who are you talking to online?

Who are you talking to campaign:

Digital Banner - download and share

A4 Poster Boy - this happens to boys too    
A4 Poster Girl

  

What happens next - YouTube Clip 

If this is you or someone you know, you can get help -
Police - 101
Crimestoppers - 0800 555 111
Childline - 0800 1111

BLAST Project - This is a specialist CSE service for boys and young men
Tel: 0113 2444209 / 07921 372 896 / 07407 761 569   blast@mesmac.co.uk Posted on 21/01/2015   

New Thinkuknow parents and carers campaign launches today!

CEOP has launched a new campaign around the awareness of getting parents and carers to use social media and the interent to talk about sex and relationships with their children.

There is a link to a short video below  and also a page of information for parents at  :

 www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents

 

Useful Links:

 

Childline
NSPCC
thinkyouknow
Barnardos

 

 

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