Category Archives: CEOP
“Cappers” is a term that has been around for a while. Click here for a great explanation from Signy Arnason, Associate Director of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection. “Capping” is about tricking children into doing something inappropriate, for example … Continue reading
News of an important case from Sweden. A man has been convicted of raping children even though he never met them. All the abusive acts were carried out online. He is going to prison for 10 years. Apparently, none of the … Continue reading
Studies carried out into the life stories of men convicted of offences linked to child abuse images, grooming or even direct contact offending against children have shown there are no common characteristics which can reliably be said to act as … Continue reading
Last week Keith Bristow, Director General of the National Crime Agency, confirmed what had previously been disclosed on national TV in 2013 by Assistant Chief Constable Peter Davies, the then CEO of the Child Exploitation Online Protection agency (CEOP). Bristow … Continue reading
Here in the UK it has been a busy week and a good week for child safety on the internet. Later today the Prime Minister is holding an industry summit in Downing Street to review progress on the calls … Continue reading
Just up on the Children’s Charities’ Coalition web site: their evidence to the Nominet Review and evidence to the DCMS Select Committee.