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NSPCC Says Web Exposes Children To Sex Offences

The National Society for the Protection of Children from Cruelty (NSPCC) in Northern Ireland reveals an internet role in more child sex offences. * There has been a staggering twenty-eight per cent rise in reported cyber-related sex crimes across Northern Ireland showing how offenders have increasingly exploited the web * the…

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PSNI Welcomes Child Abuse Sentencing In Down

The Police Service of Northern Ireland today welcomed sentences given to six people in connection with a range of sexual, violent and cruelty offences against a number of children in the South Down area in the late 1970’s and 1980’s. Detectives from the PSNI’s Public Protection Unit (PPU) in C…

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People of County Down Urged To Report Sexual Abuse

A New UK-wide NSPCC TV campaign urges people not to wait to report sexual abuse, as a poll reveals fewer than one in five would report concerns as soon as they arose. Whilst recent media coverage has heightened public awareness of child sexual abuse,  a poll conducted last week by the…

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