Friday 18 January 2013 15:12
'Social workers too concerned with labelling children who abuse'
"Sexually harmful behaviour [sic] by children is a significant [sic] problem, but social care responses still need improvement, according to experts. Tristan Donovan finds out what needs to change."
Overcoming the challenges to support children and young people who display harmful sexual behaviour
Nearly 20% of children who sexually harm face vigilante action
You have to be able to see the child, rather than the behaviour': Helping children who sexually harm
Saturday February 16, 2013
'Sexting' can produce child porn charges
"The perils of "sexting" -- sending sexually explicit messages and photographs by cellphone -- include potential criminal prosecution, according to Berkshire Second Assistant District Attorney Robert W. Kinzer III.
As the head of the DA’s computer crime unit, which includes several state troopers, Kinzer cited "kids, young adults, even adults who think it is a good idea to take nude or semi-nude photos of themselves on their cellphones and send them to other people via text message." "