Recently we've been working to identify and report on CSE strategies developed and implemented by national organisations, including public sector and independent organisations with a view to support and improve the visibility of collaborative opportunities as we all work to tackle CSE.

The data reflects a range of responses, from formal national strategies to operational initiatives. Its purpose is to provide a useful starting point for finding out what specific organisations are doing and add value by locating all the information in one place, and what better place to do this than amongst our Network of over 13,000 professionals.

The information was gathered between September and November 2016.

Geographic scope

All
  • All UK
  • Scotland
  • Northern Ireland
  • Wales Only
  • England Only
  • England and Wales

Focus on children, parents etc

All
  • Service providers
  • Children or vulnerable young people
  • Parents and carers
  • The general public

Sub sectors

All
  • The children's workforce in the statutory sector
  • Other statutory services
  • The children's workforce in the voluntary sector
  • Other voluntary sector services
  • The children's workforce in the private sector
  • Businesses in the night-time economy
  • Licenses trades
  • Other businesses
  • Sport, leisure, retail or transport services

Priority vulnerable groups

All
  • All those affected by CSE
  • Females
  • Males
  • Under 16s
  • Young people 16+
  • Specifically 16 & 17 year olds
  • Looked after children
  • Care leavers
  • Missing children
  • Refugee or asylum seekers
  • LGBTIQ
  • Minority ethnicity young people
  • Other

Models

All
  • All child sexual exploitation
  • Innapropiate relationships
  • Boyfriend / girlfriend model
  • Peer on peer child sexual exploitation
  • Organised/networked sexual exploitation or trafficking
  • Online grooming
  • Exploitation in gangs
  • Other

Target Sectors

All
  • LSCBs
  • Education
  • Health
  • Social care/social service sector
  • Policing
  • Youth justice
  • Voluntary sector
  • Community
  • Commerical sector
  • International cooperation
  • Other

Download the initial report created with the data in spring 2017

National Strategies

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Organisation:Action for Children
Sector:Voluntary sector organisation
Strategy/Programme:
Improving Safeguarding of Children at Risk of Sexual Exploitation
Organisation:Barnardo’s
Sector:Voluntary sector organisation
Strategy/Programme:
Barnardo's CSE Strategy
Organisation:Catch22
Sector:Voluntary sector organisation
Strategy/Programme:
Young People and Families Directorate
Organisation:Department for Education
Sector:Ministerial government department
Strategy/Programme:
Goverment CSE Action Plan (DfE contribution)
Organisation:Department of Health, England
Sector:Ministerial government department
Strategy/Programme:
Tackling child sexual abuse health programme
Organisation:Home Office
Sector:Ministerial government department
Strategy/Programme:
Cross-Whitehall Child Sexual Abuse Programme
Organisation:International Centre Strategy
Sector:University
Strategy/Programme:
Researching child sexual exploitation, violence and trafficking
Organisation:Local Government Assocation
Sector:Politically-led, cross-party organisation
Strategy/Programme:
Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Diagnostic
Organisation:Metropolitan Police Service
Sector:Police service for London
Strategy/Programme:
Pan London CSE Protocol
Organisation:Missing People
Sector:Voluntary sector organisation
Strategy/Programme:
"Say something" project
Organisation:NHS England
Sector:Non-departmental public body
Strategy/Programme:
Child Sexual Exploitation Health Sub-Group work plan
Organisation:NSPCC
Sector:Voluntary sector organisation
Strategy/Programme:
Protect and Respect
Organisation:Police regional CSE co-ordinator
Sector:Non-departmental public body
Strategy/Programme:
Natoinal Child Sexual Exploitation Action Plan
Organisation:The Children’s Society – External Affairs
Sector:Voluntary sector organisation
Strategy/Programme:
Seriously Awkward campaign
Organisation:The Children’s Society – Seen and Heard
Sector:Voluntary sector organisation
Strategy/Programme:
Seen and Heard