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Child sexual exploitation (CSE) is a form of child abuse that can affect any child or young person any time, any place, anywhere
Perpetrators gain control over children by grooming them, offering excitement, drugs, alcohol, gifts and affection
It is important to look out for the warning signs of child sexual exploitation
The Say Something if you See Something campaign aims to encourage people across Hertfordshire to help tackle CSE by knowing the signs and reporting their concerns
It may be hard for you to understand that you or your friends are being sexually exploited
Sexual exploitation is a complicated issue and children who have experienced it may have extremely complex needs
For further guidance/help on child sexual exploitation
A number of downloadable leaflets, packs and posters on child sexual exploitation
In support of the ‘Say Something If You See Something’ Campaign Hertfordshire Constabulary have produced a short training video aimed at those who work in the Night Time Economy.
Help if you are, or think you might, sexually exploit or abuse a child or young person.
Halo is our response to tackling child sexual exploitation (CSE) and is committed to implementing a CSE prevent strategy to ensure a shared approach in tackling the problem.