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Home Office publishes paper on group-based child sexual exploitation

The paper, prompted by high profile cases of sexual grooming in Rochdale and Rotherham, says that better data on ethnicity is required.

Home Office publishes paper on group-based child sexual exploitation

Date - 15th December 2020
By - Gary Mason
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Research published by the Home Secretary today on the characteristics of group-based child sexual exploitation concludes that most perpetrators are male and under 30 but says that evidence of ethnicity is inconclusive because of poor data collection...
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