Rotherham: Twelve new abuse victims come forward

Tuesday, 02 Sep 2014

Twelve more victims of child sexual exploitation in Rotherham have come forward since a damning report was published last week.

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CYP Now investigation reveals more than a third of police forces have cut the number of dedicated officers attached to schools so that half of force areas no longer have a single officer based on a school campus.


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Neil Puffett talks to Matthew Reed, chief executive of The Children's Society.


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Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children can find it harder to achieve at school. Gabriella Jozwiak reports on a scheme that saw councils employ virtual head teachers to help improve education for this group.

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Marc Gorry

19, Brighton

I first contacted Brighton and Hove City Council's youth employability service a few years ago, after I was excluded from college. I didn't revise for my GCSEs; all I wanted to do was to have a laugh with my friends and I left school and college without any qualifications.

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