Tuesday, 18 December 2012


Tuesday 18 December 2012

[sic] are taken for walks in Leeds

"Circles volunteer Nick with West Yorkshire co-ordinator Lisa Tedstill.

An initiative that sees normal [ah] members of the public socialising with the likes [ah] of convicted paedophiles [sic] and rapists is being run in Leeds for the first time. Crime reporter Sam Casey found out how Circles of Support and Accountability works.

ON the first floor of a city centre office building in Leeds, self-confessed paedophile and sex addict Jack is talking about how he is trying to keep control of “problematic thoughts”.

“When I used to walk through town and I’d see an attractive woman, I would completely fixate on her and try and capture a mental image of her,” he says.

“Now I’m able to glance at her and then concentrate on something else.”


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