Tuesday, 26 February 2013
The Legacy of Police, CPS and Government cover-up of Child Abuse has created a Nation where no child is safe
This is the Legacy of the cover-up of decades of child abuse by the Police and the Crown Prosecution Service and the Government. Britain has become a nation where no child is safe.
Senior positions in the Police, the CPS, the Courts and in Government Departments have been given to Paedophiles. These powerful Paedophiles have created an avalanche of child abuse victims.
Sadly abuse begets abuse and many Paedophiles were themselves abused as children. Abuse as a child causes a catalogue of psychological problems with long lasting effects. This has to stop now!
A report published in April 2012 shows to some extent the scale of the problem:-
MORE than 400 children are sexually abused every week in Britain — one every 20 MINUTES, a shock investigation has revealed. These are only the cases where a complaint has been made and recorded. Police often fail to report even complaints. So these figures are just the tip of the iceberg
The 43 police forces in England and Wales recorded 23,097 child sex offences in 2011. That included rape, incest, child prostitution and pornography.
The annual figure is equivalent to 444 attacks a week — or one child abused every 20 minutes.
And the total scandal is , only 2,135 of offences reported — ten per cent — led to someone actually being convicted and sentenced. Thouseands of paedophiles go scott free each year.
Thames Valley Police, covering Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire, had the second highest child abuse figures, with 1,264 offences. Last month the force smashed an alleged child sex ring in the university city of Oxford. It is claimed 24 victims — some as young as 11 — were groomed, drugged and raped over a period of six years.
More than 1,470 of the national total were aged five and under, 4,973 were ten to five and 14,819 were between 11 and 17. Six times as many girls (19,790) were abused as boys (3,218)
1. The study defined sexual abuse as acts against the respondent’s wishes when aged under 16, or acts perpetrated by someone 5 or more years older when the child was aged 12 or under. Sexual acts were categorised as ‘contact’ (physical contact with genital, anal or other normally private areas of the body; and other physical contact such as sexual hugging and kissing) and ‘non-contact’ (exposure of genitals or other private areas of the body, voyeurism, exposing children to, or using them to make, pornography or to watch sexual acts). The study only included acts experienced by children aged up to 16.
ALMOST half of all sex offenders were spared jail last year. Lenient judges let 2,497 – or 43% – of the 5,784 convicted walk free from court.
The number of sex criminals allowed straight back into the community has increased by 20% over the past five years
Alarmingly, child abuse carried out by offenders within a year of their community sentences soared from 50 to 172 in four years – up 250%.
Sex attacks in total rocketed from 174 to 518 – 200% –and violent incidents soared 140% from 7,300 to 17,443
Even those sent to prison are often freed within months. A total of 17% of sex offenders are jailed for less than a year and 60% for less than three years. Separate figures showed sex assaults on boys and girls under 13 have more than doubled since 2004.