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  1. Report child sexual exploitation

    Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) is when children are sexually exploited for money, power or status. Report Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE).

  2. Sexting

    Sexting is the sharing of indecent images, videos or other sexual content. Find out how to keep yourself safe.

  3. Support for victims of child sexual exploitation

    Child sexual exploitation can happen to anyone under the age of 18 and it is often a hidden crime. Support is available for victims.

  4. Modern Day Slavery is happening now

    When you hear the word Slavery what do you think? Slavery makes up an important part of history, as does the era in which the law abolished the allowance of…

  5. Avon and Somerset Police part of successful NSPCC online safety day

    Officers from Avon and Somerset Police’s Topaz Child Exploitation Team contributed to highly successful ‘Somerset Day of Action’ in partnership with the NSPCC and O2 after hundreds of people from…

  6. Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme (Sarah’s Law)

    Child Sex Offender’s Disclosure Scheme (Sarah’s Law), allows anyone to ask the police if someone with access to a child has a record for child sexual offences.

  7. Report an incident at a school or college

    Information for schools and colleges about when to call the police to an incident on their premises.

  8. Report child abuse

    Know the signs of child abuse and help keep children safe. Find out how to report any suspicions or concerns you have.

  9. Support for victims of child abuse

    If you’re a child or young person worried or upset about something, talk to an adult you know well and trust.

  10. Child custody disputes

    Disputes over child custody are not dealt with by the police unless there is concern about child neglect or abuse. If someone is in immediate danger, call 999.