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CSE A Study of International Comparisons

The issue of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) has been the focus of intense discussion, debate and intervention in the UK in recent years. At a summit in March 2015, the Prime Minister described CSE as a ‘national threat’, and announced that child sexual abuse will be given the same priority by the police as serious and organised crime.

A number of high profile cases of CSE have all received national attention, with a series of inquiries, reports and research into what went wrong in local and national systems, how the abuse could have been prevented, and how victims could be better supported in future.This report presents a rapid desk review of international comparisons of CSE.

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