How Rotherham is tackling Child Sexual Exploitation
Rotherham Council leaders have welcomed the sentencing of the 21st person to be convicted of historic child sexual exploitation crimes.
16 May 2017
A range of events including a women only comedy night are being held in Rotherham next week by a local charity to spread the message that any form of sexual abuse and violence is unacceptable.
3 February 2017
Six men have been sentenced to 81-and-a-half years in prison for their roles in the sexual exploitation of two girls in Rotherham nearly 20 years ago.
2 February 2017
Leader of the Council, Cllr Chris Read, and Strategic Director of Children and Young People's Services, Ian Thomas respond to today's guilty verdicts in the CSE case at Sheffield Crown Court.
25 January 2017
Council leaders in Rotherham have welcomed the tough jail sentences handed out to a gang of eight men who carried out horrific multiple crimes of child sexual exploitation
4 November 2016
Eight men have been found guilty today of the sexual exploitation of three girls between 1999 and 2003, following a four week trial at Sheffield Crown Court.
17 October 2016
Working in partnership
The Council together with partners supports victims and survivors of child sexual exploitation. Our key partners are here to tell you more…
Confidence in our services
We want to reassure the public progress has been made to tackle child sexual exploitation, and will continue to do so. We want to emphasise that those who commit these crimes will be brought to justice.
We have made significant progress, changing lives for the better. We will continue to do so across our services to ensure the best in care and protection for the children of Rotherham.
If you know of anyone who could be at risk, please contact the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub.
You can also contact South Yorkshire Police on 101 to report concerns. If it's an emergency, call 999.
Spotting the Signs this Summer 2017
The summer months are a time where children and young people spend long days outdoors, with friends and family, enjoying the sun and time off school, college and work. This also means however, that grooming can be more prevalent as more are exposed to the dangers of gangs. We are asking residents to be vigilant this summer, spot the signs of potential abuse and report suspicious signals or behaviour whenever you feel someone is in possible danger.
Signs can include mental health problems, cuts and bruises, unexplained gifts, alcohol or drug addiction, regular offending, absence from school/home, repeating sexually transmitted infections (STIs), self-harming and suicidal tendencies.
If you spot the signs this summer, take action, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Convictions for Child Sexual Exploitation
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