Child sexual exploitation is when children and young people receive something (such as food, accommodation, drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, affection, gifts, or money) as a result of performing, and/or others performing on them, sexual activities. Sexual exploitation is a form of sexual abuse and it is against the law.
Not in our community offers information on what is sexual exploitation, and how to learn the signs as it could be happening to you or others around you.
NSPCC tells you the signs, symptoms and effects of sexual exploitation, it also gives facts and statistics.
Join Barnado's campaign on how to stop child exploitation. They give out advice and services on where to get help if you think you or others are being sexually exploitated.