Help for victims of CSE
Rotherham CSE Helpline – call confidentially or use the e-mail address - rotherhamsupport@NSPCC.org.uk - both are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Tele: 0800 731 9256 (free from a landline).
- Over 1,200 children were identified as potential victims of trafficking last year
- The most common reasons for children to be trafficked are labour exploitation and sexual exploitation
- The most common countries for children to be trafficked from are UK, Albania, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Eritrea
- The NSPCC has dealt with over 1,600 cases of child trafficking since 2007
- The NSPCC Child Trafficking Advice Centre (CTAC) provides free guidance and training to professionals concerned that a child or young person has been or is about to be trafficked into or out of the UK.
Contact the NSPCC on 0808 800 500
Boys and Young Men
According to Barnardos, the sexual exploitation of boys and young men is a much bigger problem than many people realise. Research carried out by University College London for Barnardos found that almost 1 in 3 of the sexually exploited young people supported by them since 2008 (over 9,000) were male.
Rotherham Rise provide help and support for survivors of domestic abuse and sexual exploitation. Established in 1976, their experience and expertise is the key to providing the best possible support to Women, Men, Children and Partners. Their website explains what domestic and sexual abuse is, and what to do if you or someone you know experiences it. You can also read the stories of some of the survivors we’ve helped, and find out more about how we can help you.