INFORMATION AND GUIDANCE

THERE ARE MANY ORGANISATIONS YOU CAN SPEAK
TO IF YOU ARE WORRIED THAT YOUR CHILD IS
BEING SEXUALLY EXPLOITED.

It’s important to get advice and seek support, both for yourself
and your child if you suspect they might be at risk or in danger
of sexual exploitation.

NATIONAL HELP

Most of these numbers are free to call from BT landlines and some are free from mobiles. Please check the websites of the organisations if you’re unsure.

  • Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation

    Pace provides parents with one-to-one telephone support and facilitates opportunities to meet other parents at network days.

    CALL: 0113 240 5226
  • MISSING PEOPLE

    Whether you are missing yourself, or have been affected by the disappearance of a loved one, you can contact Missing People whenever and however you want on their helpline 116 000 – by calling or by texting. Free, confidential and open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

    CALL: 116 000
    EMAIL: 116000@missingpeople.org.uk
  • CRIMESTOPPERS

    Crimestoppers is a partnership between the police, the media and the community to fight crime. If you know of any criminal activity, you can report it to Crimestoppers anonymously online or by phone.

    CALL: 0800 555 111
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