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Inquiry status: Report published 10 June 2013
An inquiry into localised child grooming.
Government acts on Committee recommendation
Home Affairs Committee publishes the Government Response to its report on child sexual exploitation
Home Affairs Committee publishes report on child sexual exploitation
Report to be published on Monday 10 June
Sessions on Tuesday 19 March and Wednesday 20 March
Former MP Ann Cryer to give evidence
Home Affairs Committee hears further evidence on localised grooming
Oral evidence session on Tuesday 11 December
Evidence session on 4 December
Committee hear from Lancashire and Manchester Police as well as further witnesses from Rochdale Council
Sara Rowbotham gave evidence on grooming cases in Rochdale
Committee took evidence on 6 November
The Committee continues its investigation into child grooming with evidence from the NSPCC, ChildLine and Barnardo’s.
Chief Constable David Crompton has been invited to appear before the Committee on 16 October
The Home Affairs Committee launches inquiry into the localised grooming of children for the purpose of sexual exploitation.
Home Affairs committee session on child protection
Volume III: additional written evidence
Volume II: Oral and written evidence