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This form is NOT to be used to report matters of crime or immediate concerns regarding the safety and welfare of children/ young people.You will still need to report that via 101/999, whichever is most appropriate.
All key frontline practitioners should have at least basic training to recognise child sexual exploitation.
Child sexual exploitation can take many forms, including (but not limited to): Sexual exploitation can cause significant damage to children’s physical and mental health.
Some young people may be supported to recover, but others may suffer serious life-long harm.
All frontline practitioners involved with victims of child sexual exploitation should continually gather, record and share information, including data on running or missing episodes, with the police as soon as is practicable.
Sussex Police has developed the Reporting Child Sexual Exploitation Information [Intelligence] to Sussex Police FORM – June2015 to assist in improving how they collate and assess intelligence relating to CSE.
East Sussex LSCB runs a free e-learning course on CSE as well as a number of courses on the topic during the year.
The CSE e-learning module is available via the East Sussex Learning Portal.
Violence, coercion and intimidation are common, involvement in exploitative relationships being characterised in the main by the child or young person’s limited availability of choice resulting from their social/economic and/or emotional vulnerability”(page 9).
Perpetrators of child sexual exploitation are found in all parts of the country and are not restricted to particular ethnic groups or gender.
We have also developed the Pan Sussex MACSE Referral Form (June 2015) which is to be completed to refer victims/those considered to be at risk of CSE into the Multi Agency MACSE monthly meeting.
This is not mandatory so please do not let it delay making a referral.
Sexual exploitation has links to other types of crime, including: Click here to return to the top of the page In assessing whether a child or young person is a victim of sexual exploitation, or at risk of becoming a victim, careful consideration should be given to the issue of consent.