How can we use investigations into Jimmy Savile and grooming gangs as a catalyst for change? Please watch The book Not My Shame is available here.
Adam Johnson, who was convicted for child sexual abuse, has lost his challenge to the Court of Appeals. He will continue to serve 5 years for the sexual assault of a teenage girls. At the time of his arrest, Johnson was found in possession of extreme pornography. It is very clear that Johnson used his […]
Salon has published a searing indictment of the family courts in the US investigating the frequency with which violent fathers are given sole custody of their children despite documented medical evidence of physical and sexual abuse. It examines the role that “parental alienation syndrome” – something that the American Psychological Association does not recognise – […]
Richard Arrowsmith was found in position of 137 000 images and 4336 videos of child sexual abuse that he had downloaded over 4 years. 400 videos were class A (the most extreme), 255 were in category B. 186 films and 851 images were in category c. “There were 1,692 movies and images ranging from Category […]
Gina Owen, who pled guilty to two counts of ‘causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity’ was sentenced only to a two-year conditional discharge, ordered to pay £500 compensation to the victim and placed on the sexual offenders registry for only 2 years. The judge’s summation claimed that: “community order could put you in […]
We fully support the campaigns to have sex and healthy relationships education (SRE) compulsory in schools starting at nursery.
Neil Deller received a community order, will have to attend an “internet sex offender treatment programme”, and “five-year sexual harm prevention order under which his internet activity is controlled and monitored”. Deller pled guilty to seven offences “involving downloading and possession of child porn”. He was found in possession of “3,500 images and videos of child […]