Child sexual exploitation

It will be expected to produce a written briefing paper on child sexual exploitation for professionals. You should take into account that is a postgraduate level.This should draw on research evidence to cover:
What CSE is and how it can manifest;
The difference between CSE and other forms of sexual violence and abuse;
Who CSE affects;
Five or more key challenges re. identifying and/or responding to CSE and useful learning in relation to addressing these challenges;
The key elements of a required approach;
Principles for working with young people affected by CSE; and
The legal/statutory framework.

You are expected to evidence a breadth of reading in their briefing paper – drawing on academic literature and lessons from Inquiries/serious case reviews – and to reference learning to the appropriate sources.

Also, you will need to demonstrate:
Critical engagement with these issues.
Your ability to locate CSE in the wider context of sexual abuse and sexual violence and recognise key similarities and differences.
The identification of the challenges associated with identifying and responding to CSE.
Your ability to synthesise and analyse knowledge and current thinking about child sexual exploitation, and appropriately reference this.
Your ability to evaluate policy and practice in relation to the issue, highlighting gaps, contradictions and good practice.
Your ability to communicate the findings to professionals clearly and accurately, presenting a considered view about the most appropriate response.

Below there is a reference list that i want to use it but you have to be very careful because some of them are my professors.

Reference that must be used:

All Party Parliamentary Group for Children (2014) ‘It’s all about trust: building good relationships between children and the police’ Report of the Inquiry held by the APPG 2013-2014
AYPH (2014) AYPH Be Healthy Website: Case Studies. Available at:
Bagley, C., and Young, L. (1987) ‘Juvenile prostitution and child sexual abuse: A controlled study’ in Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 6(1), p. 5-26
Baker, L., Dalla, R., Williamson, C. (2010) ‘Exiting prostitution: an integrated model’ in Violence Against Women  Vol.16, p. 579-600
Barnardo’s Scotland (2014) Lessons for Scotland from the Jay Report into Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham. A Barnardo’s Scotland Discussion Paper Edinburgh: Barnardo’s Scotland
Barnardo’s (2011) Puppet on a string: the urgent need to cut children free from sexual exploitation  Barkingside: Barnardo’s
Barnardo’s (2009) Effective work with sexually exploited children and young people[online] Available at:
Barnardo’s and Local Government Association (2012) Tackling child sexual exploitation: Helping local authorities to develop effective responses Barkingside: Barnardo’s
Barter, C; McCarry, M; Berridge, D and Evans, K. (2009) Partner exploitation and violence in teenage intimate relationships London: NPSCC
Brown, K. (2004) Paying the price: a consultation paper on prostitution: response from the national youth campaign on sexual exploitation. London: Children’s Society/ ECPAT
Brown, K. (2006) ‘Participation and Young People Involved in Prostitution’ in Child Abuse Review Vol 15 (5), p. 294-312
CEOP (2011) Out of mind, out of sight: breaking down the barriers to understanding child sexual exploitation London: CEOP
Chase, E. and Stratham, J (2004) The commercial sexual exploitation of children and young people: An overview of key literature and data London: Thomas Coram Research Unit
Clarke, R., Clarke, E., and Roe-Sepowitz, D. (2012) ‘Age at Entry into Prostitution: Relationship to Drug Use, Race, Suicide, Education Level, Childhood Abuse, and Family Experiences’ in Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment Vol.22, p. 270–289
Coffey, A (2014) Real voices. Child sexual exploitation in Greater Manchester. An independent report by Ann Coffey MP
Coy, M. (2008) ‘Young women, local authority care and selling sex: findings from research’ in British Journal of Social Work 38:1408-1424
DfE (2012) What to do if you suspect a child is being sexually exploited: A step by step guide for frontline practitioners London: HMSO
DfE (2012) Tackling child sexual exploitation action plan: progress report July 2012 London: HMSO
DfE (2011) Tackling child sexual exploitation action plan London: HMSO
Firmin, C. (2010) Female voice in violence project: a study into the impact of serious youth and gang violence on women and girls London: Race on the Agenda
Galley, J. (2010) Derby Safeguarding Children Board Serious Case Review BD09 Executive Summary Derby: DSCB
Harper, Z. and Scott, S. (2006) Meeting the needs of sexually exploited young people in London Barkingside: Barnardo’s
Harris, J. and Robinson, B. (2007) Tipping the iceberg: a pan Sussex study of young people at risk of sexual exploitation and trafficking. Final report Barkingside: Barnardo’s
Health Working Group (2014) Report on Child Sexual Exploitation –  An independent group chaired by the Department of Health focusing on: Improving the outcomes for children by promoting effective engagement of health services and staff. Available at:
Herman, J. (1997) Trauma and recovery: the aftermath of violence – from domestic abuse to political terrorNew York: Basic Books
Holger-Ambrose, B., Langmade, C., Edinburgh, L, and Saewyc, E. (2013) ‘The illusions and juxtapositions of commercial sexual exploitation among youth: identifying effective street-outreach strategies’ in Journal of Child Sexual Abuse Vol. 22 p.326 – 340
Klatt, T., Cavner, D. and Egan, V. (2014) ‘Rationalising predictors of child sexual exploitation and sex-trading’ in Child Abuse and NeglectVol38(2), p. 252–260
Klonowski, A (2013) Report of the independent reviewing officer in relation to child sexual exploitation issues in Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council during the period 2006 and 2013 Rochdale: Borough Council

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