The report warns that police crackdowns and a prohibition on public solicitation has driven the industry underground in recent years — from the streets to less visible places such as private apartments. This development has made it easier for those who would harm children. As with trends seen globally, victims in Czechia are getting younger. In , there were three known cases of children sexually exploited in prostitution who were below the age of three. A total of 23 cases were reported in , an increase from 15 in Of the 23 cases, 19 were of girls, and four were boys. Sexual harassment also continues to be a problem, including for children. Girls as young as 13 are often reportedly propositioned and harassed in public. At the same time, the new report says that according to the police, the majority of children trafficked to the country ended up being sexually exploited — either through prostitution or in the production of child sexual abuse material. Between and , children comprised more than half the identified victims of sex trafficking.
Sex Business on the Border
The goal of this collaborative project is to limit the opportunities Swedes have to abuse children in foreign countries. Here, Britta describes a rather special trip. Childhood, together with ECPAT, has received money from the Swedish Postcode Lottery to work with the national operations department of the Swedish Police, the national organization against trafficking under the Swedish Gender Equality Agency and Child Safe Movement on a project that is intended to limit the opportunities Swedish perpetrators have to abuse children outside the country. Who are they? How do they contact children? How do we find them and, above all, how can we stop them?
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Rory Geoghegan is the Founding Director of The Centre for Public Safety, a non-profit organisation advocating for world-class policing and public safety. What does the Czech town of Cheb have in common with Rotherham? The answer is grim: in both cases, the young and the vulnerable have paid the price for a political paradigm prioritising political correctness over public safety. The small and, in parts, beautiful town of Cheb sits just a short ten-minute drive from the border with Germany. As you drive in from Germany you pass several large Asian-Vietnamese markets. Nearby is what claims to be an Asian massage parlour, Asian casino and Asian bowling facility.