Man jailed for four years after fathering two children with his niece in ‘appalling’ incest case – The Independent

Posted June 27th, 2016 in children, community service, DNA, incest, news, sentencing, sexual offences by sally

‘A man has been jailed after fathering two children with his niece.’

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The Independent, 26th June 2016

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Mehdi Midani jailed for Clapham and Brixton sex attacks – BBC News

Posted June 24th, 2016 in assault, news, sentencing, sexual offences by tracey

‘A man who carried out a string of sex attacks over ten days on women in south London has been jailed for eight years.’

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BBC News, 23rd June 2016

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Teenager who raped unconscious girl wouldn’t let friend do the same because it was ‘technically rape’ – The Independent

Posted June 23rd, 2016 in news, rape, sexual offences, young persons by sally

‘A teenager who forced himself on a girl while she was sleeping refused to let his friend do the same because it was “technically rape”.’

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The Independent, 22nd June 2016

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They think they’ve got away: How to catch a historical sex offender – BBC News

‘Sex offenders think they’ll get away with it. And often they do. Sometimes it can take years to bring them to justice, while others escape retribution altogether. So how do you go about making sure perpetrators of horrendous crimes committed in the distant past are caught and convicted?’

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BBC News, 20th June 2016

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Sir Cliff Richard cleared of sex assault claims after prosecutors drop case – Daily Telegraph

Posted June 16th, 2016 in news, prosecutions, sexual offences by tracey

‘Sir Cliff Richard, the veteran entertainer, has been cleared of sex assault allegations after the Crown Prosecution Service dropped the case.’

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Daily Telegraph, 16th June 2016

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Victims of paedophile William Vahey seek up to £1.5m compensation – The Guardian

Posted June 15th, 2016 in child abuse, compensation, news, sexual offences, victims by sally

‘Families of more than a dozen current and former pupils at a London school where the serial paedophile William Vahey abused at least 53 boys are seeking financial compensation that could run to more than £1.5m.’

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The Guardian, 14th June 2016

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Home Office refuses to reveal whether women in Yarl’s Wood have been raped in case it ‘damages the commercial interests’ of companies – The Independent

‘Last year, the chief prisons inspector called Yarl’s Wood ‘a place of national concern’ following concerns over alleged sexual abuse and intimidation of women detained there.’

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The Independent, 13th June 2016

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‘Revenge porn’ threats could be made a crime in England and Wales – The Guardian

‘The threat of circulating “revenge porn” would be criminalised and the evidence threshold lowered to bring England and Wales in line with Scottish law, under changes to be proposed by a former Lib Dem cabinet minister.’

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The Guardian, 11th June 2016

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Migrants from UK urged to give evidence to child abuse inquiry – The Guardian

Posted June 13th, 2016 in child abuse, immigration, inquiries, news, sexual offences, victims by sally

‘Men and women transported to Australia and Canada after being sexually and physically abused as children in the UK are being encouraged to give evidence to Britain’s public inquiry into historic and ongoing child abuse.’

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The Guardian, 13th June 2016

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Sexting offences increasing in schools, say senior police officers – The Guardian

‘Senior police officers are seeing an escalation in sexting offences in schools, according to a report submitted to MPs.’

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The Guardian, 9th June 2016

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Man ordered to tell police of sex plans ‘devastated’ – BBC News

Posted June 9th, 2016 in disclosure, news, police, sexual offences, time limits by sally

‘A man who must give police 24 hours’ notice before he has sex after he was cleared of rape has said the ruling “puts an end to your life”.

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BBC News, 8th June 2016

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Police force fined £150k after sex offenders info sent to member of public – Local Government Lawyer

Posted June 8th, 2016 in data protection, electronic mail, fines, news, police, sexual offences by sally

‘A police force in Wales has been hit with a £150,000 monetary penalty notice after an officer inadvertently sent an email, containing information that could be used to identify eight sex offenders, to a member of the public.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 8th June 2016

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Judge slams ‘disgraceful behaviour’ and armed forces drinking culture as Royal Navy officer is cleared of rape – Daily Telegraph

Posted June 8th, 2016 in alcohol abuse, armed forces, courts martial, judges, news, rape, sexual offences by sally

‘A judge has slammed the “disgraceful behaviour” and drinking culture in the armed forces as a Royal Navy officer was cleared of the rape of a drunken colleague following a training college ball.’

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Daily Telegraph, 7th June 2016

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Rotherham child sex abuse inquiry investigates hundreds of ‘potential suspects’ – Daily Telegraph

Posted June 7th, 2016 in child abuse, inquiries, news, sexual offences by tracey

‘The investigation into large-scale child sexual exploitation in Rotherham now involves 29 “designated suspects” and hundreds more “potential suspects”, according to the National Crime Agency (NCA).’

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Daily Telegraph, 7th June 2016

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South Yorkshire Police handling 183 child sex abuse cases – BBC News

Posted June 6th, 2016 in child abuse, news, police, reports, sexual offences by sally

‘South Yorkshire Police is investigating 183 child sex abuse (CSE) cases, a new report has revealed.’

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BBC News, 5th June 2016

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Would mandatory reporting help stop child abuse? – The Guardian

‘The proposal to introduce mandatory reporting in the victims of crime bill has divided opinion – an objective discussion is needed.’

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The Guardian, 6th June 2016

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Conduct versus Needs – Park Square Barristers

Posted June 2nd, 2016 in divorce, matrimonial home, news, sexual offences by sally

‘Not long ago I was involved in financial relief proceedings involving a couple both of whom were on their second marriage (of some 12 years duration). The wife had children in their twenties from a previous marriage. As usual, the most substantial asset was the Former Matrimonial Home, with a notional net equity of nearly £400,000. This had been purchased with funds mainly, but not quite exclusively, provided by the husband who was retired. Neither party had a high income.’

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Park Square Barristers, 26th May 2016

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Supreme Court to hear key case on liability of councils for foster care abuse – Local Government Lawyer

Posted May 27th, 2016 in appeals, child abuse, fostering, news, sexual offences, Supreme Court by tracey

‘The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a key case on the liability of councils for foster care abuse, it has emerged.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 27th may 2016

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Paedophile posed as Zoella to groom children online – Daily Telegraph

‘A sex predator who pretended to be fashion blogger Zoella Sugg has been jailed for eight years for grooming children online.’

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Daily Telegraph, 17th May 2016

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Metropolitan Police officer jailed for child sex abuse offences – The Independent

Posted May 16th, 2016 in child abuse, news, police, sentencing, sexual offences by sally

‘A Metropolitan Police officer from a sex abuse unit has been jailed for more than five years for child sexual abuse offences.’

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The Independent, 13th May 2016

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