Cafcass study highlights CSE learning from case reviews

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Victims of child sexual exploitation (CSE) may be so influenced by abusers that they are unable to provide full or accurate accounts of their experiences to safeguarding professionals, analysis has concluded.

There were 1,238 new care applications made in July. Image: Phil Adams
There were 1,238 new care applications made in July. Image: Phil Adams

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