Police in England and Wales recorded around 23 child sexual offences involving the internet every day in 2017/18 – up from a rate of around 15 a day in the previous 12 months.
Next week Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, is to meet social media firms in America to find out Read More
It’s hard for anyone to deal with stress and anxiety, but it’s especially hard for children.
Michele Kambolis, a clinical therapist and author, joined HuffPost Live host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani to discuss effective methods to help children deal with their stress and anxiety.
“The first line of attack normally is medication, but yet Read More
The Guardian: Internet firms should use profits to stamp out child abuse images, says police chief. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwvML1xTU
Internet companies should reinvest some of their “eye-watering” profits into efforts to stamp out child abuse images online, a chief constable has said.
Mike Barton challenged firms to do more to stop the content appearing Read More
A High Court judge has told a former Justice of the Peace and Takapuna community board member that it is voyeurs like him who keep the trade in the sexual abuse of children going.
Martin Henry Lawes, a multi-millionaire, has been jailed for four and-a-half years for paying Fillipino parents to Read More
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Child sexual abuse in the United States is costly, with an average lifetime cost of $1.1 million per death of female victims and $1.5 million per death of male victims, according to a new study.
Researchers measured the economic costs of child sexual abuse by calculating health care costs, productivity losses, Read More
A taskforce, codenamed Mirzam, was launched in February after a recording device was discovered by a member of the public showing adults engaging in sexual acts with the young girl, the police statement said.
"What Taskforce Mirzam has uncovered so far will shock the community and I should warn the investigation Read More
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) is currently looking at the extent to which institutions in England and Wales failed to protect children from sexual abuse.
It is examining institutional failures in the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches but has yet to do anything specific on other religious organisations.
An Read More
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Court documents also allege that on one occasion "rituals" were performed on the boys.
Along with the Yyani Cook-Williams, Therese Ann Cook, Paul Williams and Clarissa Meredith, three further people have been charged.
Their names are suppressed because at the time that the alleged acts were committed — between 2014 and 2016 Read More