The Coffey Report says many young victims are still "being preyed upon" across Greater Manchester.
But despite it being commissioned in the wake of the Rochdale Sex Abuse Scandal - critics say there is not one mention of on-street grooming by gangs of Asian men.
Former Detective Constable Margaret Oliver told ITV News that Ann Coffey is aware of the ethnicity of the offenders and the profile of victims.
She says the MP has employed 'wilful blindness' by intentionally watering down the report to look at child abuse in general, rather than looking at child sexual exploitation.
A whistleblower has told ITV News the police were "cherry-picking" which of the Rochdale abuse perpetrators they were going to arrest.
A critical report into child sexual exploitation in Greater Manchester claims it's become a 'social norm' in some areas.
Victims of child sexual exploitation tell of the traumatic experience of going through the justice system