Grooming report leads calls for action on child sexual exploitation

A independent report into child sexual exploitation has revealed more than 3,000 children have gone missing in Greater Manchester in the last year.

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  1. Matt O'Donoghue - Correspondent

Critics blast report for 'ignoring' ethnicity of offenders

The Coffey Report says young people are still "being preyed upon" across Greater Manchester.

But, despite the report being commissioned in the wake of the Rochdale scandal, critics say there is scant mention of on-street grooming by gangs of Asian men.

The report makes recommendations for training, education and the role parents and the community should play in future.

However, many are asking what is being done for those who have already been let down by a system that was supposed to care.

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