Tuesday, 14 May 2013

'Safeguarding' Is About Protecting Children, As Much (Usually Less So) As, 'Arresting' Is About Solving A Crime

Look Into His Eyes

14 May 2013

Ceop hails child protection [sic] record

"The growing availability of high-speed internet around the globe is likely to increase the threat to children, Ceop warned [sic].

A record number of children have been protected [sic] from sexual abusers [sic] in the past year, according to new figures.

The UK's leading [sic] child protection [sic] agency safeguarded 790 children in 2012/13, an increase of 85% on the previous year.

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop) received 18,887 reports of abuse  [sic] in the past 12 months, which was 14% more than the year before.

The organisation has warned that the growing availability of high-speed internet around the globe is likely to increase the threat to children [sic].

Ceop chief executive Peter Davies said: "This past year has not only seen increases in the number of reports to the centre from the public and industry, but also a large increase in the number of children Ceop has been able to protect [sic] and safeguard [sic] from some of the worst offenders [sic] who seek to exploit our children."


Child Abuse: Ceop 'Saves [sic] More Than Ever'


Ceop: We recognise the world constantly changes


Ceop: Safeguarding is about spotting individual children



14 May 2013 Last updated at 09:15

Child sexual abuse civil court orders criticised

"The orders are designed to prevent sexual offending against children in the UK and abroad

Civil court orders designed to prevent sex offenders targeting children after they are released from prison are "not fit for purpose", a report has found.

Child protection experts [guess who?] said orders preventing offenders going to areas near children, travelling abroad and using computers "failed to deliver".

They found the "flaws" [sic] were most acute with orders banning overseas travel.

This came as a specialist police unit [guess who?] said it had received a record 18,887 reports of sexual abuse in 2012-13."


Court orders to protect children from paedophiles 'not fit for purpose' - report 


Child sexual abuse orders failing to deliver, says Ceop 


Orders 'fail to protect children'




Civil prevention orders 'not fit for purpose' say Ceop 


Children put at risk by rise in images of abuse online, say investigators


Four Key Threats To Children Revealed In Report


Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre’s (CEOP) Annual Review 


Record number of children safeguarded says CEOP

Record number of children safeguarded by CEOP 


Team Fostering working with Ceop to safeguard children in care



Annual Review 2012-2013 & Centre Plan 2013-2014: CEOP


Record number of children safeguarded by CEOP 



Christine Beddoe (ECPAT UK)


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