Police urge London businesses to help identify child sex abuse victims

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Police urge London businesses to help identify child sex abuse victims

The Met Police is urging London businesses to help identify victims of child sex abuse. 

Taxi drivers, pub landlords and hotel staff will be trained in what to do if they suspect a child is at risk. 

The launch of 'Operation Makesafe' comes as the force released figures of the number of young people identified at risk within the capital. 

Anthony Baxter explains more.

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