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Vulnerable people and sexual exploitation
What factors can make
a person vulnerable?
● Being under the influence of alcohol or drugs. ● Individuals that are alone or are receiving unwanted attention.
● Potential victims of domestic violence.
● Age of the person.
● Presence of a sexual predator.
Refusing entry and ejection
When refusing entry or ejecting someone that may be vulnerable from a venue, the following should be considered:
● Do they require medical attention?
● Do they have their coat and belongings?
● Are their friends nearby?
● Are they under the influence of alcohol or drugs? ● Are they being followed?
● Is the person under 18?
● Do they have uncoordinated movement?
What are the options that a door supervisor should consider when ejecting or refusing entry to a vulnerable person?
● Is there a relative you can call to assist?
● Can a taxi be called?
● Use ‘safe havens’ or other local initiatives run by organisations such as St Johns
● Seek assistance from the police.
● Seek the help of local schemes active in the area.
Sexual predators may select or target victims based on:
● what is available
● time of day.
How can CQ a sexual predator be spotted?
● Often a lone male seen to be pestering or following a customer or member of staff.
● They may be carrying a drug such as
● Heavily intoxicated female leaving the premises with a male.
● A regular attendee at the venue who often leaves with a different person
(particularly if the person seems to be intoxicated). 11
CQcan be taken?
● Approach the vulnerable person to assess their safety, inform the venue management or call the police.
● If drugs are found that you think might be
Rohypnol or a similar drug that you