Grooming At a glance
Children and young people can be groomed online or in the real world, by a stranger or by someone they know - for example a family member, friend or professional.
Groomers may be male or female. They could be any age.
Many children and young people don't understand that they have been groomed, or that what has happened is abuse.
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Up to 90% of children who've been abused will develop mental health issues by the time they're 18.