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PostPosted: Tue May 01, 2018 6:42 am 
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Child Grooming Offences Rise Five-Fold in 12 Months, Youngest Victim Two Years Old

by Liam Deacon 30 Apr 2018 ... years-old/

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PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2018 6:53 am 
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Not new, but this is the Jay Report, an official inquiry into child grooming in Rotherham. Finally had a skim. ... _rotherham

It's a bit long and officious for banter but there's enough there to make my blood boil.

The Commission for Social Care Inspection’s Annual Performance Reviews in 2007 and 2008 reported that the Council’s record in ‘Delivering Outcomes’ was ‘Good’; its ‘Capacity for Improvement’ was ‘Promising’.

Box ticking bureaucrats fucking up and getting 'good' ratings, shows what the ratings are worth. Box ticking technocracy is shit, and there's the proof.

Many of the young people we met knew victims of CSE, either family members or young people they knew from school. They gave examples of children being bullied and ostracised at school because they were involved in sexual exploitation, and also knew children who became looked after and were placed far away from Rotherham. They told us that children would be reluctant to seek help because they would be ashamed and also afraid that they would be placed out of the area far away from their families and friends. One young person told us that ‘gang rape’ was a usual part of growing up in the area of Rotherham in which she lived.

Now that's rape culture, feminists.

We read cases where a child was doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight, children who were threatened with guns, children who witnessed brutally violent rapes and were threatened that they would be the next victim if they told anyone. Girls as young as 11 were raped by large numbers of male perpetrators, one after the other.
“What’s the point… I might as well be dead.”

In two of the cases we read, fathers tracked down their daughters and tried to remove them from houses where they were being abused, only to be arrested themselves when police were called to the scene. In a small number of cases (which have already received media attention) the victims were arrested for offences such as breach of the peace or being drunk and disorderly, with no action taken against the perpetrators of rape and sexual assault against children.

Child A (2000)6 was 12 when the risk of sexual exploitation became known. She was associating with a group of older Asian men and possibly taking drugs. She disclosed having had intercourse with 5 adults. Two of the adults received police cautions after admitting to the Police that they had intercourse with Child A. Child A continued to go missing and was at high risk of sexual exploitation. A child protection case conference was held. It was agreed by all at the conference that Child A should be registered. However, the CID representative argued against the category of sexual abuse being used because he thought that Child A had been ‘100% consensual in every incident’. This was overruled, with all others at the case conference demonstrating a clear understanding that this was a crime and a young child was not capable of consenting to the abuse she had suffered. She was supported appropriately once she was placed on the child protection register.

WTF were CID doing? she was 12! She can't legally consent.

Child D (2003) was 13 when she was groomed by a violent sexual predator who raped and trafficked her. Her parents, Risky Business and Child D herself all understood the seriousness of the abuse, violence and intimidation she suffered. Police and children’s social care were ineffective and seemed to blame the child. A core assessment was done but could not be traced on the file. An initial assessment accurately described the risks to Child D but appeared to blame her for ‘placing herself at risk of sexual exploitation and danger’. Other than Risky Business, agencies showed no comprehension that she had been groomed at 13, that she was terrified of the perpetrators, and that her attempts to placate them were themselves a symptom of the serious emotional harm that CSE had caused her. Risky Business worked very hard with Child D and her parents. None of the other agencies intervened effectively to protect her, and she and her parents understandably had no confidence in them.


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