Child protection thresholds too high to target sexual abuse

13 Dec 2010
Community Care

‘Community Care’ reports that child protection thresholds are set too high – thousands of sexually exploited children miss out on help. These children often face a range of complex issues which in isolation do not hit the threshold but together show a clear and serious risk – said Sheila Taylor, chair of the National Working Group on sexually exploited children and young people.

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