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A report released March 3 by the Oxfordshire Safeguarding Children Board (OSCB) has revealed details about the large-scale sexual abuse of children and “street grooming” that occurred in Oxford, England between 2005 and 2010 by gangs of men. The independent review was conducted following the 2011 police crackdown known as Operation Bullfinch, which led to several arrests and convictions of child predators. The report also included potential changes that could help prevent future abuse of children.
The report focuses on the Oxford case, but similar “street grooming” and sexual assault gangs have been investigated, leading British Prime Minister David Cameron to say after the report was released that police will deal with child sex exploitation as a “national threat,” according to the BBC.
The report found that 370 children were “at risk of child sexual exploitation in Oxfordshire” between 2005 and 2010, with more cases brought to the courts since the review began. One group of seven men, who were arrested in 2011 and later convicted, were responsible for grooming and abusing six girls, according to the report.
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