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Qanon baseless conspiracy theory that pedos run the world >>13048789 Columbia Man Sentenced to 25 Years in Federal Prison for Sex Trafficking of Minors https://www.justice.gov/usao-sc/pr/columbia-man-sentenced-25-years-federal-prison-sex-trafficking-minors Columbia Man Sentenced to 25 Years in Federal Prison for Sex Trafficking of Minors
>>13048799 Cecil County Pimp Pleads Guilty to Federal Child Sex Trafficking Charge Law Enforcement Seized Website Used to Run Prostitution Business https://www.justice.gov/usao-md/pr/cecil-county-pimp-pleads-guilty-federal-child-sex-trafficking-charge Cecil County Pimp Pleads Guilty to Federal Child Sex Trafficking Charge
>>13048879 Tasmania Police took a decade to investigate alleged paedophile nurse who worked with children, review finds An internal review into how Tasmania Police handled its investigation into an alleged paedophile nurse has revealed the police were told of allegations he was abusing children as early as 2009. It took another 10 years for police to formally investigate James Geoffrey Griffin, and only after a complaint was received by an alleged victim. Even after police received the formal complaint, it took from early May until the end of July for his workplace, the Launceston General Hospital, to be informed of the allegations. The review revealed the agency received information about potential child abuse in relation to Mr Griffin in 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2015. The report highlighted issues with information-sharing between agencies, such as child protection and police. For example, the 2013 report related to allegations of "inappropriate touching and grooming behaviour" by Mr Griffin. Police referred the matter to child protection, who spoke to Mr Griffin and the alleged victim. Both denied the allegations, so the file was closed and police took no further action. Police did not speak to Mr Griffin nor the potential victim. As a result of the internal review, Tasmania Police said it had now implemented a specialist investigative and policy team to improve processes and procedures related to investigations into child sex abuse. Mr Griffin took his own life in October 2019 after being charged with multiple child sex offences. Tasmania Police Commissioner Darren Hine apologised to Mr Griffin's alleged victims for any harm caused by the deficiencies identified in the report. "We will learn from this, we will make changes, we will do better for victims," he said. Commissioner Hine said he wanted to reassure victims they could safely come forward and that their "matters will be pursued". The report identified problems in information sharing across agencies, particularly with the Department of Communities, and called for a review of investigative guidelines of child sex offences. Commissioner Hine said a specialist investigation and policy team has been established to address the issues raised in the report. Premier Peter Gutwein said the government would provide an addition $1.5 million in funding for a historic complaints' review process lead by a specialist team within Tasmania Police, looking particularly at police and Department of Communities files. "My expectation is that no stone be left unturned," Mr Gutwein said. "I want to do this job once, I want to do it right, and I want to make sure I have the strongest protections in place." https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-02-26/police-took-a-decade-to-investigate-alleged-paedophile-nurse/13196044
Tasmania Police took a decade to investigate alleged paedophile nurse who worked with children, review finds >>13048893 Paedophile private tutor was allowed to CARRY ON teaching youngsters under shocking loophole in the law despite pleading guilty to molesting four victims Judge said he was 'deeply concerned' Yi Liu has been able to continue teaching The 63-year-old was jailed following a Daily Mail investigation last month It found dozens of private tutors continued teaching despite convictions Private tutors are not required by law to have criminal record checks to work A paedophile private tutor was allowed to continue teaching due to a shocking ‘lack of regulation’ in the industry, a court has heard. A judge said he was ‘deeply concerned’ to learn that Yi Liu had still been able to teach despite pleading guilty to groping four young students.
The 63-year-old was jailed following a Mail investigation that revealed dozens of private tutors had continued working despite previous convictions. Unlike teachers, private tutors are not required by law to have criminal record checks to work with schoolchildren. Campaigners have called for all those working in the profession to undergo a mandatory Enhanced DBS background check. Southwark Crown Court heard how Liu had taught children maths for two decades despite a previous conviction dating back to 1998. In 2018, he was arrested and charged with groping four boys between eight and 13 years old in their family homes over the previous six years. One 11-year-old victim told his parents that the tutor had ‘put his hands down his pants’ in his bedroom during a lesson, the court heard. Police spoke to a further three victims, who had complained of Liu’s ‘creepy’ behaviour and ’in particular how [he] would touch them around their genitals’ https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9299305/Paedophile-private-tutor-allowed-CARRY-teaching-youngsters-shocking-loophole.html
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