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Home Health and social care Safeguarding Safeguarding adults. Sexual exploitation could be part of a seemingly consensual relationship, or be used for 'payment' for attention, affection, money, drugs, alcohol or somewhere to stay. The person being exploited may believe their abuser is their friend, boyfriend or girlfriend.
The abuser may:. Helen is a 23 year old woman who lives at home with her parents. She attended a special needs school as and young adult. She does not have many friends and is lonely. She has been befriended by a man who runs a take away.
Helen has told her parents that he is her boyfriend and she often stays out all night. She has a mobile phone that her boyfriend has given her and he will call her and take her to parties with his male friends. Often she comes home from these parties distressed by what has happened to her with bruising on her body and dirty smelly clothes. She has told her mother that she loves this man and his mates are just being friendly. Helen has said that her boyfriend thinks her mother should mind her own business and leave her alone. They live in supported accommodation and volunteer at local charity shops.
They have been attending a local get- fit class together.
A group of men have befriended Amy and Beth. They met outside the get fit class where the men always happened to be. Amy and Beth have told their support workers about parties that they have had at their flat and where both of them have got drunk. Beth says that one of the men is her boyfriend and she is worried about having a baby. Amy says she does not have a boyfriend but they are all her special friends. Michael is 30 and has a history of self harming.
He was recently admitted into hospital because he tried to commit suicide. He has disclosed that he has been kept as a prisoner by a couple and was used for sex by a group of men. He would be taken to places — back rooms in pubs and such like. We are committed to preventing all sexual exploitation and intervening to All night sex Luton and support victims.
The most effective way to tackle this abuse is by working together with other agencies and local partners. Tackling the sexual abuse of children, young people and vulnerable adults such as those with learning disabilities, is of the utmost importance for Luton Safeguarding Children Board and the Luton Safeguarding Adults Board, along with partners across Bedfordshire such as Bedfordshire Police. If you are concerned about possible sexual exploitation you must report it to the police or the Luton Safeguarding Adults Team.
Remember, if in doubt — shout! Council services Benefits. Community and living. Council and democracy. Council tax. Education and learning. Environment and planning.
Health and social care. Jobs and careers. Leisure and culture. Transport and streets. What is sexual exploitation? The abuser may: physically or verbally threaten the victim take indecent photographs of them and circulate to others be violent towards them try to isolate them from friends and family. What are the s of sexual exploitation?
Sexual exploitation is a largely hidden form of abuse, although a of recent high profile cases have helped increase awareness. Possible s of sexual exploitation include; unexpected or unexplained changes in behaviour, sudden withdrawal from social activities, cutting off ties with friends and family, fixation with a new mobile phone and a desire to hide who they are talking to. There may also be s of sexual abuse, such as bruising, injury or sexually transmitted diseases. Often people who are being sexually exploited are unaware that they are victims of such abuse.
Open all Situation 1 — Helen. Situation 2 — Amy and Beth. Situation 3 — Michael. A brief guide to Sexual Exploitation 3 MB. Pan-Bedfordshire child Sexual Exploitation strategy Sexual Exploitation leaflet 5 MB. Sexual exploitation poster Adults safeguarding team Tel: or [ protected].All night sex Luton
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