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New database of missing people among measures to tackle child sexual exploitation

Home Office is making £40 million available for issue, with half going to National Crime Agency.

Home Secretary Amber Rudd (centre right) with Barnardo's staff during a visit to the Barnardo's Safer Futures sexual abuse service in Salford, Greater Manchester. Photo: Peter Byrne/PA Wire.

Home Secretary Amber Rudd (centre right) with Barnardo's staff during a visit to the Barnardo's Safer Futures sexual abuse service in Salford, Greater Manchester. Photo: Peter Byrne/PA Wire.

Date - 17th February 2017
By - Press Association
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A new national database of missing people is to be rolled out as part of a drive to tackle child sexual exploitation. The facility will allow police to access data about adults and children who disappear across force boundaries. Plans...
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