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At least two reports, the first in and then three years later inwarned that the problem was getting out of control with gangs of mainly Pakistani men targeting young vulnerable girls. Seven men were sentenced to a total of 95 years in Junefor offences including rape, facilitating child prostitution and trafficking.
Police saw rotherham child sex abuse victims as prostitutes, says pcc
The charges included rape, trafficking and vest, sometimes involving girls as young as Speaking in after the jailing of two of the men, former Home Secretary Jack Straw suggested some men of Pakistani origin saw white girls as "easy meat". The case came to light when a girl was taken into care and began to tell her social worker what had been happening to her, the court heard.
Professor Alexis Jay led the inquiry that found at least 1, children in the South Yorkshire town were sexually exploited by criminal gangs of men who were predominantly of Pakistani origin between and High-profile cases in recent years have included: Rotherjam The NSPCC said there had been a "systematic failure" by Oxfordshire County Council to stop a grooming gang that plcae girls, some as young as 11, with alcohol and drugs.
The serious case review said police and social workers failed the girls who were "passed around for sex" by a gang of men. The men, from Rochdale and Oldham, were found to have exploited girls as young as The judge in the case said the race of the victims and their abusers was "coincidental". West Mercia Police said more than young girls could have been specifically targeted by the group between and A court heard the men had acted "under the noses" of the authorities who showed "almost wilful blindness".
Rotherham child abuse scandal Child sexual exploitation is happening in a " of towns" in different parts of the country, according to the author of a damning report into abuse in Rotherham. The review painted a "shocking picture of the inability of these agencies to protect these young people successfully", the safeguarding board said. But nothing was done by the authorities because the victims were discounted by the police and social workers and were regarded as little more prostituges prostitutes, according to Alan Billings, the local Police Crime Commissioner.
Derby Nine men were convicted over three trials of systematically grooming and sexually abusing nest girls in The charity's strategy director, Lisa Harker, said some progress had been made following recent cases. Fresh evidence has emerged of the extent to which the authorities knew that gangs were grooming and abusing girls. In Maynine men were given sentences ranging from four to 19 years after being found guilty of offences including rape and conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with.
The men beat and raped the girls, and sold them for sex. She added: "Obviously people are now well aware of this type of crime and the way in which it is handled by police has changed.
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CCTV captured men driving around Derby, stopping girls on the street. After the trial the Crown Prosecution Service said it was one of the "worst cases" of child sex abuse it had seen. The men and youths were of Czech and Slovak Roma and Kurdish backgrounds.
Many of the victims were given alcohol or drugs before being forced to have sex in cars, rented houses or hotels across the Midlands. She told the BBC there was no "national intelligence-gathering system" for dealing with such crimes, adding: "We cannot say that Rotherham is any better or worse than other places because the information simply doesn't exist on a national level to tell us that.
Police saw rotherham child sex abuse victims as prostitutes, says pcc | child protection | the guardian
Telford Seven men were jailed after a series of court cases related to prostitution ring. Dr Billings said police at the time simply did not understand that grooming constituted child abuse.
Peterborough A gang of five males was jailed in February after being found guilty of raping and sexually assaulting five vulnerable girls. A serious case review found agencies had "missed opportunities" to help the victims.
Nicola Blackwood, the Conservative MP for Oxford West and Abingdon, said a new operation combining the police, social workers and NHS staff had since been "hugely effective" in preventing abuse and bringing forward prosecutions.