Letter to the Editor from Ann Coffey MP:
In Greater Manchester, we have all been horrified by the sexual exploitation of young girls in our community by groups of men.
I have been asked by Tony Lloyd, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester, to look into what changes the police and other services have made to better protect children throughout Greater Manchester since the Rochdale victims first came forward and at what more needs to be done.
One of the key concerns from victims and their families was that they felt that they were not listened to and were not taken seriously.
I am interested in hearing from Greater Manchester victims, their families, young people, schools, faith and church groups and the wider community about what you think needs to be done to help communities, the police and other services to better protect our young people.
Please write to me at email@example.com or by letter to Ann Coffey MP, House of Commons, Westminster SW1A OAA.
MP for Stockport and Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Runaway and Missing Children and Adults