The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has published an investigation report on child sexual exploitation by organised networks in England and Wales.1
Our briefing summarises key themes covered within the report, including:
ReferencesIndependent Inquiry Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) (2022) Child sexual exploitation by organised networks: investigation report. [Accessed 04/02/2022].
Our CASPAR briefings help people working or volunteering with children and young people understand changes to safeguarding and child protection policy and guidance. They also summarise key research and reports from independent bodies such as Ofsted or the Care Inspectorate.
We reviewed published case reviews where child sexual exploitation was a factor to highlight the key issues and share learning to improve practice.
Child sexual exploitation (CSE) can take place in person, online or using a combination of both. This page explains what is, how to recognise it and how people who work with children can respond to it.
We evaluated our Protect and Respect service which supports young people who have been or are at risk of being sexually exploited. Find out what the key findings were.