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Worrying figures show 150 Teesside kids at risk in the murky world of child sexual exploitation

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) has become the new code-word through which the complicit army of state employees has tried to pretend this phenomenon doesn't go back 45 years. So when they say there were 12,000 "at risk" victims in 2015, and 19,000 in 2018, it gives you some sense of the scale of this epidemic. The people making these reports will also be the people claiming (as in Bolton) that there are no gangs in their area, only to find a large gang in their area arrested a few months later.


Nearly 150 youngsters on Teesside were identified as at risk of child sexual exploitation - with charities warning grooming is "rampant across the country".

There were a total of 5,383 assessments of children referred to social services in the area in the financial year 2017/18.

Of those, child sexual exploitation was identified as a risk factor in 148 cases.

Some 61 of those were in Stockton, 50 in Middlesbrough and 37 in Redcar and Cleveland.

The total number of cases across Teesside has actually fallen slightly, from 162 in 2016/17 and 150 in 2015/16.

Child sexual exploitation is described by the NSPCC as a type of child abuse.

Youngsters in exploitative situations and relationships receive gifts, money or affection as a result of partaking in sexual activities.

They are often tricked into believing the situation is somehow normal or even loving.

It is considered a "hidden crime" as children may not understand they are a victim or crime, or may be too scared to report it.

It does not always involve physical contact and it can happen online.

The issue has been in the spotlight recently after a number of high-profile cases involving grooming gangs in towns and cities including Rotherham, Rochdale, Halifax, Telford and Oxford.

Nationally, the number of cases where children were identified as being at risk of child sexual exploitation after being referred to social services increased from 18,800 in 2016/17 to 20,000 in 2017/18.

The figure stood at just 12,200 in 2014/15, meaning it has increased by more than 60 per cent since then.

An NSPCC spokesman said: "Child sexual exploitation is rampant in towns and cities across the country and for every vulnerable young person identified as at risk there are many more being groomed and abused without help or support.

"Victims of this often hidden crime may not realise they are being exploited so we all have a duty to be on the lookout for young people who are in danger, and act without delay.

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