Standing together to stamp out child sexual exploitation in South Yorkshire

Residents supported a new campaign to stamp out child sexual exploitation in Rotherham.
Residents supported a new campaign to stamp out child sexual exploitation in Rotherham.

Passengers met with transport bosses to show their support for a new campaign aimed at stamping out child sexual exploitation.

Hundreds of commuters - both young and older - attended a recent ‘meet and greet’ day with staff from the First bus company in Effingham Square in Rotherham.

Residents told transport staff how they would like to see services improved and also showed their support for the Rotherham Standing Together Against Child Sexual Exploitation campaign.

More than 80 organisations have signed up to the pledge, which will see staff given advice on how to look out for signs of child sexual exploitation.