Archive | June 2017

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  • A teenager was sexually abused by at least 20 men after being groomed online
  • He had his phone and laptop taken away and his parents switched of the router
  • But he was able to find a way to get online and talk to his abusers on social media

A middle class teenager was groomed and sexually abused by at least 20 men as police were ‘powerless’ to stop his internet use.

The boy – known only as Jack – had his mobile phone and laptop taken off him. His worried parents even switched off their router at home.

But the tech-savvy teenager always found ways to get online, communicating with his abusers over social media sites.

Now a serious case review has found that the ‘intelligent and educated’ boy was let down by police and social workers.

The boy (stock photo) was still able to find a way to get online and speak to the abusers on social media 

The boy (stock photo) was still able to find a way to get online and speak to the abusers on social media

The report by former senior policeman Stephen Ashley said that social media played an integral part in the abuse.

‘The use of the internet to groom children, and the ability of young people to expose themselves to those risks is central to Jack’s case,’ it said. ‘The lack of control over social media sites, and of apparent means to… prevent use by paedophiles for grooming children, are significant.’

Concerns about Jack’s internet use first arose after he told friends he was gay at the age of 13. He turned to online chat rooms where he arranged to meet older men.

The teenager from Bradford would even be picked up at school during lunch, taken away for sex and returned in time for afternoon lessons. On other occasions he travelled across the country.

He was referred to police by Childline in 2010, however the report said officers failed to investigate properly and the chance to ‘prevent harm was missed’.

By early 2011 several agencies were involved. His mother found his plan to meet a 23-year-old man in Portsmouth to whom he had sent explicit images. Police seized his laptop and phone but did not start a criminal investigation.

Jack was also referred to social services by his GP and the NSPCC. However, social workers failed to follow child protection procedures, no single agency took responsibility and ‘Jack was not protected’, the report said.

The teenager’s ‘high-risk behaviour’ and the offending against him was at its peak for the next two years. Throughout this time a trainee detective was in charge, with little supervision. ‘Opportunities to arrest and convict offenders were missed,’ the report said.

An investigation was only launched when his parents – both professionals with an older child at university – had a meeting with the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police.

Detectives eventually identified 36 adult male suspects – 20 were convicted for offences against Jack, including grooming and rape.

Susan Hinchcliffe, leader of Bradford Council, (pictured, Bradford City Hall) said she was 'truly sorry' about Jack's suffering

Susan Hinchcliffe, leader of Bradford Council, (pictured, Bradford City Hall) said she was ‘truly sorry’ about Jack’s suffering

‘The police seized Jack’s devices, his parents restricted access,’ the report said. ‘At no point did this prevent Jack contacting men over the internet and social media.’

The boy would borrow friends’ phones or use public wifi. Facebook was one method abusers used to communicate with him.

Mr Ashley also discovered that ‘police were potentially powerless to monitor Jack’s use of the internet because of current law.’

The boy’s father said the family’s lives had ‘changed beyond recognition’. ‘It’s hard to be with friends, we’re too sad,’ he said.

‘We cannot bear to think of what was done to his young and immature mind and equally to his young and immature body.’ An inquiry was launched in August 2013 after a member of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s staff heard about the case. A formal complaint against police was later made by Jack’s parents.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission concluded nine police officers should face disciplinary charges, but four had retired by then. Two were given ‘advice’, cases against two others were not proved and a constable was given a written warning.

In his report, Mr Ashley concluded that professionals ‘showed a lack of understanding’, and ‘agencies failed to step up their commitment and involvement.’

Yesterday Chief Superintendent Scott Bisset of West Yorkshire Police apologised. He said better working practices were now used.

Susan Hinchcliffe, leader of Bradford Council, said she was ‘truly sorry’ about Jack’s suffering. She added: ‘Our procedures are far more robust now.’

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4652464/Middle-class-teenager-groomed-abused-20-men.html#ixzz4lWP7s300
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Danny Knight

a Seven Year old Girl was Raped by her own Brother
and then strange Family then also RAPE her.

This is the Foreign B.A.R Society of scummy men and women.

Bring back our Natural law and Common law … and lets deal with the sickos and matter in hand…

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Abused 7-Year-Old Taken In By Foster Parents, Excitement Turns To Horror When They Pull Down Her Pants.

June 27, 2017.

A young girl in the U.K. contracted two s*xually transmitted diseases after being molested by her foster parent.

The 7-year-old girl, known as “Claire” in the official report, had previously been removed from her home after being s*xually abused by a 32-year-old man who was associated with her brother, according to the Daily Mail.

Shortly after being delivered into the care of foster parents, the girl was subjected to more sexual abuse, contracting gonorrhea and Chlamydia as a result. The abuse was not discovered until over a year later.

An investigation conducted by Croydon Safeguarding Children Board (CSCB) in South London found that there was a lack of communication between social workers involved with Claire’s case.

The first error occurred when social workers reportedly failed to take the steps necessary to allow for Claire to remain in her grandmother’s care.

She had been cared for by her grandmother immediately after being removed from her household following the initial abuse.

“This practice fell below expected standards and, had the correct level of support been provided, it may have been entirely possible that [the child] could have remained within the care of her extended family,” the review said, according to Community Care.

While social workers had no reason to believe that Claire’s foster father would sexually abuse her, certain details that may have disqualified him were missed due to “minimal” communication between the various people working on the case.

For instance, concerns about the fact that the man would be caring for Claire alone, as opposed to with his spouse, went unaddressed. Furthermore, evidence that the couple had a history of lying was not properly dealt with.

“The social worker and the supervising social worker worked in different teams; they had different roles and responsibilities; were managed by different line managers; and used different data recording systems,” the review said.

“Close working relationships between these social workers was therefore difficult to achieve and, [while] there were no structural barriers to achieving a close working relationship, the structures in place did not sufficiently facilitate this relationship,” it continued.

The chair of CSCB, Sarah Baker, said there were “lessons to be learned” from the incident:

The review found no evidence that anything at the time could have indicated this foster carer was likely to s*xually abuse a child in his care.

However there are still lessons to be learned and actions were immediately taken to tighten up a variety of processes.

Staff have also received additional training and guidance to increase their awareness and understanding. I will ensure the findings from this review are built into our future action plan.

Baker added that Claire is currently “doing well” under the care of new foster parents.

sure she is… being rapped again and then hired out to anyone whom also want to RAPE her and all other children.

in the Social Services Care… GANG of the Incest Paedo all Kiddy Fiddler B.A.R Society… a Foreign Corporate Gang of men and women whom are all Traitors and Treasonous CUNTS… low life…

New powers to tackle human trafficking in Scotland

WHERE IS THE OUTRAGE?

30th JUNE 2017

UntitledCourts will now be able to impose special prevention orders on people convicted of trafficking and exploitation offences.

The orders can impose a range of restrictions such as preventing offenders from employing staff, working with children or travelling to certain countries.
Breaching an order will be a criminal offence.

Justice Secretary Michael Matheson said: “We will continue to make Scotland an increasingly hostile place for those who treat other human beings as commodities.
“These new powers for the police and courts will help to further protect the public from harm.”

Psychological harm
He added: “We have already strengthened the law, creating a specific offence of human trafficking for the first time. Now we are making sure that action can be taken when a person poses a continuing risk.
“We are working hard to eradicate trafficking and exploitation in Scotland, and providing high-quality support for victims who have…

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