CSE

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Walsall CSE One Minute Guide

Child sexual exploitation (CSE) is a form of sexual abuse, in which a young person is manipulated or forced into taking part in a sexual act. This could be as part of a seemingly consensual relationship, or in return for attention, affection, money, drugs, alcohol or somewhere to stay.

The young person may think that their abuser is their friend, or even their boyfriend or girlfriend. But they will put them into dangerous situations, forcing the young person to do things they don’t want to do. The abuser may physically or verbally threaten the young person, or be violent towards them. They will control and manipulate them, and try to isolate them from friends and family.

The risk of CSE is linked to children and young people who are missing or absent.

​for more information on CSE see See me, hear me website   

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Outside the Box 

Walsall Early Help Team in conjunction with Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust  will be delivering a series of Outside the Box workshops for children aged 13+ who are of a low risk of CSE: 

The session will cover - Full day interactive session for young people on healthy relationships sex and education (RSE) that is also ideal for young people low risk of child sexual exploitation.  The programme focuses on activities to build self esteem and confidence and  tailor make a personalised RSE plan. 

Professionals Leaflet

Referral Form

 

Walsall Early Help's Pledge 

Walsall Early Help Team are keen in supporting the prevention and awareness of CSE in Walsall. Following on from National CSE Awareness day 2018 we chose to pledge our support.

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