Nine men have been charged with child sexual exploitation offences in Rochdale.
The charges relate to offences committed separately against one teenage girl in the Rochdale area by different men, between 2008 and 2009.
The men, aged between 26 and 39, were arrested in May as a result of an inquiry.
Greater Manchester Police say the men have all been remanded on bail.
Lynne Jones, chairman of Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Children Board, said: "The board has been working very hard to ensure vulnerable children and young people are protected from all forms of abuse."
Together with Rochdale Borough Council, Greater Manchester Police, the Crown Prosecution Service, the NHS and our other members we have clear strategies in place to combat child sexual exploitation, which sadly is happening in most towns and cities.
"We are committed to dealing with the issue, ensuring children are protected and those committing this type of crime are brought to justice."
Greater Manchester Police have issued a statement after nine men in Rochdale were charged with offences of child sexual exploitation.
Nine men from Rochdale have been charged with offences against a teenage girl following an investigation into child sexual exploitation.