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Support for victims of child sexual exploitation

Visit the following organisation’s websites for further help and support:

  • Barnardo’s
    Children’s charity Barnardo’s, supports children and families affected by issues such as sexual exploitation and domestic abuse.
  • NSPCC
    The NSPCC provide a wide range of services for both children and adults, including national helplines for 24/7 help and advice.
  • Thinkuknow
    A website for children and young people. Gives honest and frank advice on topics including sex and relationships, and the internet.
  • CEOP safety centre
    If someone has acted inappropriately online towards you, a child or young person, or someone you know, find out what to do and how to report it to police, by visiting the CEOP safety centre.
  • Young Victims Services
    This is a service for young people from 8-18 (up to 25 for those with additional needs) who have been victims of crime or antisocial behaviour.
  • The Survivor Pathway
    The Survivor Pathway is a guide for anyone wanting to know more about specialist sexual violence services. Anyone who has experienced rape or any kind of sexual assault or abuse needs to be involved in decisions about what happens next, be informed enough to make their own choices and have control over their journey.
  • Parents Against Sexual Exploitation (PACE)
    PACE helps parents across the UK understand what is happening to their child and how they can leave exploitative relationships.
  • Stop & Prevent Adolescent Criminal Exploitation (SPACE)
    SPACE was founded in response to the national issue of exploited children through the County Lines network. They aim to raise awareness and provide advice and consultancy services.

Report child sexual exploitation

If you have been a victim of child sexual exploitation, report it to us.

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