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Campaign Against Sexual Exploitation

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Despite the many strides made in the last few decades, child sexual exploitation is still a largely unrecognized and underreported problem in the United States. In order to make a difference and prevent these incidents communities must take action.

In 2015, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children will re-launch the Campaign Against Sexual Exploitation. CASE provides tools and guidelines on how communities can develop long-term solutions to the sexual victimization of children. Through CASE, NCMEC and communities can work together to foster safer communities for children and youth.


  • CASE will provide free technical assistance to assist in the implementation of the campaign in communities nationwide.
  • CASE will highlight local efforts against child sexual exploitation.
  • CASE partners will receive free resources, relevant information, and information regarding the latest trends surrounding child sexual exploitation.

CASE toolkit

The toolkit will include:

  • Strategies to increase community engagement.
  • Free resources for leaders and communities to engage local stakeholders.
  • Public awareness posters.
  • All recources will be available to download on this website.

Ready to join the fight?

Email us to receive updates on the CASE campaign launch coming in 2015 at We will let you know when the toolkit becomes available on this website.

Spread the word

Show your support for the fight against sexual exploitation. Let others know about the CASE campaign.

Display a CASE poster in your community

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Child sexual exploitation publications

NCMEC has multiple publications that provide information related to the issue of child sexual exploitation. These publications include prevention tips, guidelines and technical assistance for families and communities.

We invite you to visit and download these resources.

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