Threat Assessment of Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse - 2013-14
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'I would love to see a CEOP in every country around the world'
Peter Davies: five things you need to know about CEOP
Ernst & Young
PUBLISHED: 00:01, 29 September 2013 | UPDATED: 10:14, 30 September 2013
The paedophile [sic] hunters: Extraordinary women who work in specialist police unit which tracks down internet predators
"Last year there were 19,000 reports relating to child sex abuse online: YOU is granted rare access to the specialist policing unit hunting down internet predators
'At the heart of every decision I make, there is a vulnerable child at risk of abuse'.
Rosie Atwal’s desk contains a half-drunk cup of tea, an as-yet (because it is only 10am) unopened packet of biscuits and a Crayola-etched picture with the words ‘I love you Auntie Rosie’ pinned behind her in-tray.
It sits among a bank of six in an ordinary open-plan office, but the conversations Rosie conducts here and the material she views on her computer screen are more alarming and distressing than any you are likely to hear or see elsewhere in Britain."