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Stop Child Exploitation – guidance for tourism businesses

scared young person sitting on a windowsill

Learn how to spot the signs of child exploitation with free resources specific to tourism businesses.

Camping, Caravan parks, self-catering accommodation, and Bed and Breakfasts, are often used as a place to exploit and abuse children and young people.

There are criminal offences aligned with child sexual and criminal exploitation which could have damaging consequences for a hospitality business, including a possibility of prosecution, action being taken against a premises, their licence and reputational and/or financial damage.

It is the responsibility of licence holders of premises, and their managers, to ensure appropriate measures are in place at their venues to protect children from harm.

For further information please select the following links:

Business Wales Helpline

03000 6 03000

Lines are open 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday.

Rydym yn croesawu galwadau’n Gymraeg.
We welcome calls in Welsh.