13 Aug 2013
Adult abuse helpline overwhelmed by Savile fallout wins £481k from BIG
"The charity that took the brunt of the fallout [sic] from the sexual abuse revelations [lies and disinformation] about the late Sir Jimmy Savile has been awarded nearly £500,000 from the Big Lottery Fund to expand its telephone helpline service.
The National Association for People Abused in Childhood (Napac) has won [earned] £481,388 from the Reaching Communities programme.
Chief executive Peter Saunders said demand for Napac’s England-wide service “rocketed” after Savile’s prolific offending [what offending?] was exposed [sic] last October. [kkkerrcchiiiinggg]
Before the revelations became public, Napac received around 1,000 calls per month to its telephone support line. During October and November this increased to 3,500 calls per month and has now stabilised at 1,500 to 2,000 each month. [nice work, Peter and Raj]
The main Support Line is staffed 52 hours a week with out-of-hours calls answered by NSPCC staff who have been trained by Napac. Clients are also referred to the charity by police, medical professionals and Samaritans."
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Also, why did Ms Keenan and Ms Payne, recently, resign from your organisation?
Esther, we presume.
ESTHER RANZEN SHOULD ASK QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW HYPOCRITE PETER SAUNDERS TREATS VICTIMS OF PINDOWN CHILD ABUSE
Charity says Savile float "disgusting"
7,000 paedophiles [sic] found guilty... 2,862 of them aren't jailed
Saturday 18 January 2014 21.24 GMT
Revealed: how Jimmy Savile abused up to 1,000 victims on BBC premises
"Peter Saunders, chief executive of the National Association for People Abused in Childhood (Napac), which has been consulted by Smith's inquiry, said: "In Savile's lifetime I wouldn't doubt [that 1,000 people had been abused by him on BBC property]. The other thing I have found extraordinary, and very sad, is the number of people I have spoken to connected to the BBC, and that is a lot of people, who said: 'Oh yes, we all knew about him.'
"I was talking to someone at BBC Manchester in Salford who said 'we knew about Stuart Hall. He had a room where he would take women and young people'. You think: 'Oh my God, these people were offending almost in open sight and no one thought to intervene.'""
Saturday 18 January 2014 21.48 GMT
Take note, BBC. Whistleblowers are good for you
Jan 19, 2014 06:34
BBC accused of turning blind eye as Jimmy Savile abused up to a THOUSAND youngsters
"The Observer reports that the BBC has provided more than £10,000 in funding to the National Association for People Abused in Childhood (Napac) to help it increase its helpline services - with extra cash to be made available when the review is released."
"Talking heads are ubiquitous in the 21st century. here's one that might be new to you.
Here's his bio at NAPAC."