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Protecting children

New guidance from the Department for Children, Schools and Families and the Home Office advises organisations on how to identify children at risk, protect them and take action against those intent on abusing and exploiting them. It notes that primary and secondary schools have a part to play in educating young people to avoid situations that put them at risk of sexual exploitation.

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