Nine child sex offences are recorded in Wales every day, according to figures found by NSPCC Cymru Wales.
The figures obtained via a Freedom of Information request showed more than 3,000 offences were recorded in Wales last year. That's a rise of 36% from last year.
The charity believe the increase is down to a number of reasons including improved police recording methods, survivors feeling more confident to disclose abuse and a rise in online grooming.
NSPCC Cymru Wales have launched a new campaign called PANTS to make children aware of what sexual abuse is and advice about how to stay safe from it.