If you have been affected by the child exploitation issued raised in these trials, the following charities are on hand to offer help and support.
Follow the blue links to their websites:
Action for Children - works directly with over 300,000 children, young people, parents and carers in the UK, tackling issues like abuse and child neglect
Barnardo's - the UK's largest children's charity, with a strong focus on preventing domestic violence
Kids Company - a Bristol-based charity helping the city's marginalised children and young people with all aspects of their lives
Lucy Faithfull Foundation - the only UK-wide child protection charity dedicated solely to reducing the risk of children being sexually abused
NAPAC - the National Association for People Abused in Childhood, set up as a result of a key recommendation by the National Commission of Inquiry into the Prevention of Child Abuse. The Association runs a support line for adults who have suffered any type of abuse in childhood
NSPCC - the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children is a leading UK charity which aims to end all forms of child abuse
Refuge - an anti-domestic violence charity for women and children, which operates a 24-hour helpline
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The Somali community has issued a statement following the conviction of 13 Somali men for child sexual exploitation offences
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Victims as young as 13 were preyed upon, sexually abused and passed around the men's friends for money as part of a sex ring orchestrated by 13 Somali men in Bristol.
Several of the girls were groomed to the extent they believed abuse was part of loving relationships they were having with the defendants.
Some were persuaded to have sex with their 'boyfriend's' friends as it was Somali "culture and tradition" and "men always have sex with each other's girlfriends".
The victims, described as "vulnerable" due to their age and circumstances, were paid as little as £30 or given drugs, alcohol and gifts to perform sex acts on older men.
Avon and Somerset Police uncovered a two-year catalogue of abuse against 10 girls during their investigation into the Somali men, codenamed Operation Brooke. A total of 14 were convicted of charges including rape, sexual activity with a child, facilitating child prostitution, trafficking, paying for the sexual services of a child and drug offences.
Eight of the defendants were jailed for between 18 months and 13 years this summer. The remaining seven, convicted by a jury yesterday following 32 hours and 17 minutes of deliberations, will be sentenced at the court tomorrow.
Thirteen Somali men have been convicted of running an inner city sex ring that involved the abuse, rape and prostitution of teenage British girls, it can be reported for the first time after the conclusion of a trial at Bristol Crown Court.
Defendants in the Bristol abuse ring were tried in two separate trials at Bristol Crown Court this year.
The first trial centred on a group of Somali drug dealers in Bristol and their exploitation of primarily one teenage girl.
She had been moved into a flat on her own in Bristol and left almost unsupervised by social workers from outside the city.
Liban Abdi, 21, Mustapha Farah, 21, Arafat Osman, 20, Idleh Osman, 22, Abdulahi Aden, 20, Said Zakaria, 22, Mustafa Deria, 22, and Mohamed Jama, 20, were all jailed for between 18 months and 13 years for either child sexual exploitation or drugs offences.
The second trial focused on another group of young Somali men - but included Zakaria, whose nickname was 'Target' - and their grooming and subsequent sexual abuse of young girls in Bristol.
Mohamed Jumale, 24, Mohamed Dahir, 22, Zakaria, Jusuf Abdizirak, 20, Omar Jumale, 20, Abdirashid Abdulahi, 21 and Sakariah Sheik, 21, were all convicted of child sexual exploitation offences. They will be sentenced tomorrow.
The shocking case can only be reported now after restrictions placed upon the media were lifted at the conclusion of the second trial.