Preventing Child Sexual Exploitation

What is Child Sexual Expolitation?

Child sexual exploitation (CSE) is  when young people  under the age of 18 are encouraged, trapped, forced or coerced into a sexual relationship or situation by an adult.

CSE often involves the young person being offered something in return for performing sexual acts, such as alchol, cigarettes, gifts, money, drugs and affection.

More information can be found on Hampshire Constabulary's website and Portsmouth Safeguarding children website.

Services in Portsmouth

If you think a child or young person is at risk of sexual exploitation or would like to know more about Child Sexual Exploitation and the support we can offer to young people and professionals please contact: Barnardo’s U-Turn and FCASE (Families and Communities Against Sexual Exploitation) Tel: 01489796684

For more information take a look at the following leaflets:

Spot the signs for professionals

Spot the signs for parents

There is also a Portsmouth CSE Risk Assesment Toolkit you can downlaod by clicking on the link Portsmouth CSE Risk Assesment Toolkit.

You can find out more about local Procedures on the Portsmouth Safeguarding Childrens Board website.

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