- Think you or a friend might have been sexually exploited?
- Want some advice or someone to talk to?
- Worried about your child or a young person in your care?
It’s okay to speak to someone. Exploitation is never your fault, even if you went along with things at first. Abusers are very clever in the way they manipulate young people.
Speak to a local specialist team
Local child sexual exploitation teams made up of specialists from the police, NHS, and social care can give you lots of help and advice if you’re worried about yourself or someone else. They can also provide information and support to parents or local businesses.
Find your local CSE team
Your postcode can't be used to identify you and is just used for the purposes of finding your nearest support team. If you would rather not give us this information, you can view the full list of teams below.
Contact details for each area
Report it to the police
Child sexual exploitation is against the law.
- If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, dial 999.
- Report child sexual exploitation to the police by dialling 101.
You can report child sexual exploitation to Crimestoppers. It is totally anonymous. Call 0800 555 111 or visit the Crimestoppers website.
Just want someone to talk to?
There are lots of organisations out there to provide you with help and support.