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Child Sexual Exploitation Strategic Group

What is the remit of the Child Sexual Exploitation Strategic Group?

Child Sexual Exploitation Strategic Group

To co-ordinate the implementation and oversight an East Riding multi-agency strategic response to Child Sexual Exploitation and promote the welfare of children in the real and virtual world and advise those agencies on ways to improve.

Child Sexual Exploitation Multi-Agency Strategy 2014-16 (pdf 571kb opens in a new window)


How is East Riding dealing with child sexual exploitation?

East Riding Safeguarding Children Board know that chlid sexual exploitation is a major issue across the UK. Hidden from view and going unnoticed, vulnerable girls and boys are being groomed and abused, leaving them traumatised and scarred for life. East Riding Safeguarding Children Board is working to prevent child sexual exploitation like all other forms of child abuse.

As a partnership, we are working hard together to protect children. Child sexual exploitation is complex and brings many challenges that cannot be dealt with quickly by a single agency, which is why, in the East Riding, we have a partnership approach.

The Child Sexual Exploitation Strategy sets out how East Riding will work towards ensuring that effective and co-ordinated measures and responses are in place to safeguard all children and young people at risk of or who are experiencing sexual exploitation. 

The local procedures can by accessed via this link which includes indicators, roles and responsibilities and action to be taken.

Child sexual exploitation procedures and guidance (word 839kb opens in new window)

The above procedures are currently being reviewed and an up-to-date version will be uploaded in the near future.

Child sexual exploitation risk assessment tool (pdf 221kb opens in new window)

CSE Training

East Riding Safeguarding Children Board deliver inter-agency Child Sexual Exploitation training

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CSE Strategic Group Meetings 2018

5 February 20178 2pm - 4pm

11 June 2018 10am - 12pm

10 September 2018 10am - 12pm

3 December 2018 10 - 12pm