wathupondearne Latest news in Yorkshire: Published March 18, 2019 11:55:39 AM Today (Monday 18 March) South Yorkshire Police joins police forces and other agencies around the UK to mark National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day. CSE Awareness Day is an opportunity to remind everyone of the warning signs of sexual exploitation and abuse among children, as well as encouraging victims and survivors of abuse to come forward and report what happened. Detective Chief Inspector Joanne Bates, force lead for child abuse, said: “National CSE Awareness Day is another opportunity for police forces, agencies across the country and our local communities to come together and show their support for this vitally important campaign. “We’ve had a range of activities happening across South Yorkshire to support the national campaign, including presentations at schools and an open day with Barnardo’s in Rotherham.” Follow the hashtag

CSEDay19 to see what everyone has been getting up to
support the campaign.

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