A recent report into child sexual exploitation in the North East of England has revealed a massive grooming epidemic in the area with over 350 child victims of abuse. 40 of those children being young boys.
The report by Dr Christopher Hartworth and commissioned by Northern Rock Foundation has been investigating child sexual exploitation in the North East and Cumbria since 2006. The paedophiles doing the grooming came from all ethnic backgrounds but acknowledges that the majority of offenders were ‘Asian’ or ‘Middle Eastern’ which as we know basically means Muslims.
“our research has found that the perpetrators of exploitation come from all ethnicities including White British and Asian, with the former in the greater numbers”
So Muslims who represent maybe 8% of the UKs population are committing far greater numbers of grooming / CSE offences than white Brits who make up probably 80% of the population meaning the Muslim nonces are massively over represented. Yet still we keep getting told by Muslim apologists and communist do gooders that it is not a huge problem within Muslim communities and come out with the old excuse Jimmy Saville isnt a Muslim.
It revealed that the main perpetrators responsible for the repulsive sex crimes are takeaway owners and staff, delivery drivers, taxi drivers and car wash workers………..Yes you guessed it all of which are 9 times out of 10 Muslim males
“There were a reports from across the region about the connections between exploitation and Asian males, mostly those from South Asia and Iraq/Kurdistan. There were reports concerning a range of different circumstances from Pakistani people that work in and owned take-aways, taxi drivers and Kurdish men working in car washes. Exploitation by Asian males often takes the form of the boyfriend model of grooming. This relates to a common method of grooming where generally a young female is deceived into believing that she is in a mutual relationship of love with an older male, who then goes on to exploit the female, in conjunction with other abusers. There was also organised grooming, with the same males associated with different young White British females who were then passed on to other groups in other areas.”
Below is the Newcastle Chronicle article on the report findings:
The shocking scale of sexual exploitation of children across the North East is laid bare in a disturbing new report.
Obtained by ChronicleLive, the report reveals the depraved lengths abusers will go to in order to groom and exploit our vulnerable young people.
The Child Sexual Exploitation Report reveals:
- 310 girls, between the ages of 12 and 17, are the victim of exploitation in the North East and Cumbria
- 41 boys have also been the victims of sexual exploitation
- Reports of exploitation involving taxi drivers, takeaway workers, pizza delivery drivers, and men working in car washes across the region
- Young people taken to parties where they are plied with alcohol and sexually exploited by multiple men
- Girls with learning difficulties being “preyed upon” by former prisoners.
The report, from the Northern Rock Foundation, was compiled by Dr Christopher Hartworth, from Newcastle, and looked at exploitation across the region.
He said: “We found that child sexual exploitation takes place in all of the areas in our region; in all areas where there are looked after children, child poverty, a night time economy, a city centre, mixed demographics, there will be the exploitation of children for sex.”
County Durham is deemed to have the highest number of sexually exploited children with 52, while North Tyneside had the lowest, with 12.
According to the report, children are exploited in a number of ways, such as:
- The boyfriend model: Reports were made of girls being deceived into believing they are in a mutual relationship only to be groomed and “passed on to other groups”
- Peer-to-peer grooming: The report found evidence of young people being taken to parties where exploitation then takes place
- Street-based exploitation: This concerned reports of young men and women being sexually exploited outside of pubs and clubs in the region
- Off-street exploitation: This included reports of a small number of young people who were reported to be working in brothels.
The report also identified a “currency exchange” in which young people were plied with things like alcohol, drugs, money and other gifts as part of the exploitation.
The report said gifts can include a range of items, including clothes, mobile phones and jewellery.
The types of drugs used as “currency” ranged from cannabis to cocaine, with the most common drug being mephedrone or MCAT.
The report goes on to identify the different locations and venues in the region where sexual exploitation is taking place.
It states: “There were reports of children and young people attending houses where there were a number of older males.
“The children were given alcohol and other substances, commonly MCAT, and sexually abused.”
One specialist child support worker said: “Once a girl arrives at a party it can be almost impossible to leave, she gets trapped by ‘her friends’ and the men.”
The report also highlights connections between takeaway workers and child sex exploitation.
There were reports in all local authority areas in the region who were known to be exploited by people who both owned and worked in takeaways. There were further reports of exploitation being carried out by pizza delivery drivers.
Connections are also made with some car wash workers in the region.
It states: “Young people were exploited by people that worked in individual car washes and also some appeared to be moving people between areas via the car washes.”
One young persons’ housing worker said: “Children are passed around by their boyfriends/pimps. There was a 16-year-old girl from Middlesbrough who used to travel with her boyfriend up to Newcastle.”
Dr Hartworth believes an all-encompassing approach is now needed to help tackle these issues.
He said: “The job is to make services in the community – health, youth and the community services – be able to identify and help those involved.”
Northumbria Police said they take matters of child exploitation very seriously and work tirelessly to ensure all reports are fully investigated and offenders are brought to justice.
A spokesperson added: “There has been an increase in people reporting child sexual exploitation and we absolutely welcome this and actively encourage it.
“More people have the confidence to report these matters to police and partners and victims of either historic offences and ongoing abuse are coming forward knowing now that police will believe them.
“We also have to thank the improved vigilance and awareness of the public. They are the eyes and ears of our communities and with their integrity, they are reporting suspicious behaviour allowing us to take action quickly.
“We have an excellent network of support together with our partners to be able to provide the best possible care for victims and complainants. The welfare of victims is our main priority and we will do all we can to ensure their are fully supported.
“We are also very much carrying out covert and intelligence-led operations to tackle offenders and let this be a warning to these people that we are watching and will take action.
“Across the force, we also do a lot of prevention work to help people of all ages understand what CSE is and how to spot the signs of it. This can be crucial in early intervention before a child becomes vulnerable to offenders.
“Anyone who suspects any sort of child abuse or sexual exploitation should report it to police immediately. It may be nothing but it may also be the call that prevents another child becoming a victim.”
The report author received a number of reports of associations between girls and “schedule one” offenders – these are offenders who pose a risk to children and have spent time in prison.
It was reported that some offenders, while in prison, would get names, addresses or phone numbers from fellow prisoners.
The rule between the prisoners was then if ‘boyfriends’ are in prison, then the girls are free to be contacted. Addresses are then passed between prisoners.
A young persons’ housing worker said: “The girls with learning difficulties get preyed upon and exchanged between offenders, when one goes into prison another one comes to become their ‘boyfriend’.”