|Unidentified child victim|
The board, which oversees the care of young people, said the figures raised "serious concerns".
Further details of any of the cases were not available.
|The inquiry is focusing on the former Haut de la Garenne children's home |
in the 1960s and going back as far as 1945
It is focussing on - but is not restricted to - the Haut de la Garenne care home during the 1960s.
|Haut de la Garenne in 1960s|
Det Supt Stewart Gull, of Jersey Police, said 254 children were reported missing on 400 occasions, in Jersey last year.
He said it could be one of the key signs a young person was being exploited.
"It is such a sensitive subject and a type of crime that people may think would not happen in Jersey," said Det Supt Gull.
|Warwick Castle, Jersey Island|
Island child protection agencies are holding an awareness day to remind people exploitation can "happen anywhere".
"Victims often do not see themselves as victims but rather in a loving relationship", said Det Supt Gull.
"They do not recognise they are being controlled by a manipulative individual and the reality of how they feel is usually something quite different."
|View of Jersey from Warwick Castle|