Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Peter Steen Dead

For survivors of Bryn Alyn Community, a little update.

Abusive ex care worker, Peter Steen died on Monday 4th Dec 2017, may he rot in hell.

Friday, 23 June 2017

Shatterboys awareness day in Lancaster

Shatterboys awareness day in the city - The visitor

Good luck Danny and all at Shatterboys UK, supported by Voicing CSA.
Launch of the charity in Lancashire.

Event starts, I believe, at 11am at Vale of Lune rugby club
Powderhouse Lane, LA1 2TT Lancaster, Lancashire

Monday, 19 June 2017

Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Friday, 19 May 2017

Islington | spotlight

Want to know why Corbyn is NOT the man for the job?

Islington | spotlight

Any MP should have acted to stop the abuses carried out by council employees and highlighted by so many.

Saturday, 22 April 2017

Survivors "Let Down"

A report into child sexual abuse from the Children’s Commissioner’s Office (CCO) has criticised the speed of decision-making in child abuse cases.

Children’s Commissioner Anne Longfield said children are “being let down by the system” and are “waiting too long to see their abusers charged or jailed”.

The Investigating Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) report, published on Thursday (April 20), examined the timescales involved in CSA cases from the point of initial report to the outcome in court.

Using Home Office data from 18 forces in England, the CCO found the investigative process took an average of 248 days, compared to 236 in 2014/15 and 179 in 2013/14.

The report also highlighted that this is 101 days more than the average for adult sexual offences.

Furthermore, the average length of time for the investigation of historic CSA is 270 days, compared to 207 for a current offence.

Three recommendations were set out in the CCO report including the establishment and roll-out of ‘children’s houses’, otherwise known as the ‘Barnahus Model’.

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