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We all have a responsibility to help protect children from sexual exploitation.

CSE can happen to any young person - and it can happen anywhere.

No matter who you are, it's important you take the time to know and understand what CSE is and how you can report it.


People working in the taxi and hotel industry are well placed to see unusual behaviour that might be signs of child sexual abuse.

Abusers often make use of taxis when grooming a child or to move a child to a different location. Unusual behaviour such as young people or groups of men being dropped off at the same location may be a sign of a child being groomed.

Warning signs of CSE for those working in hotels include: young girls and boys visiting with older men, parties in rooms, evidence of drugs, alcohol, or discarded condoms in the bin, guests refusing to provide ID, lots of male visitors to a room, young people looking scared or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

If you have any concerns at all it's important you speak out as soon as possible so that we can help prevent more young people from being exploited.