Child Porn Swoop Nets 90 Police


Hundreds of child welfare professionals, including police officers, care workers and teachers, have been identified as ‘extremely high-risk’ paedophiles by an investigation into internet porn.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.theguardian.com

Investigators knew paedophiles targeted jobs which brought them into contact with children, but were shocked by how many British suspects had been undetected by the usual checks.

 

The discovery that many were working in jobs of the highest sensitivity will send shock waves through the child protection world and lead to calls for even more stringent safeguards.

 

What a joke, there is no way of protecting children.  Many enter those professions, primarily, because they have unsupervised access to children. The only good thing, so far is those professionals are being exposed. The article is a knee jerk reaction. The norm is for government to protect professionals.

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