People who were abused as children urged to come forward
Reports of abuse and sexual grooming have gone up by 30% since the revelations about Jimmy Savile, according to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop).
Meanwhile the NSPCC has launched a campaign to encourage victims to report assaults as soon as they can.
Stacey Watts, who was abused as a child, said it was important for victims to "find their voice" and come forward.
Charlie Stayt and Louise Minchin spoke to her and to John Cameron from the NSPCC.
14 Dec 2012