Signs and indicators of child sexual exploitation: quick guide
Author: NWG Network
Publication Date: 2 March 2016
Photo: Ramona Heim/Fotolia
Here is a list of signs and indicators of child sexual exploitation (although this list is not exhaustive). This list should be read in conjunction with Inform’s interactive tool: Would you spot a child at risk of sexual exploitation? Physical Self-harm/attempted suicide. Rapid change in appearance. ‘Revolving door’ with A&E and/or police/repeat offending. Repeat sexually transmitted infections […]
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