A CAAGe review of Eve Was Shamed: How British Justice is Failing Women, by Helena Kennedy QC
CAAGE: campaign report to end May 2019, including catfish petition, survey into grooming, and GAACE progress.
Police Information Notices (PINs) will no longer be used in stalking or harassment cases, says College of Policing
VICTIM! Give me back my word and take away your assumptions, pleads Claire Thompson of CAAGe.
CAAGe sample letter to help appeal a PIN (Police Information Notice/Early Harassment Notice)
With loud male voices claiming that levels of false reports of rape/sexual harassment are high, ‘you will be believed’ approaches are threatened.
Psychologist Wendy Gregory joinsCAAGe
Groomed for money – ways to get it back
If you were groomed into a relationship for the purpose of fraud, you CAN still take back your power. Counselling psychologist Wendy Gregory explains.
On Shamima Begum, a 15 year old girl groomed into leaving home, raped and bereaved of newborns – twice.
A review of The Psychology of Adult Sexual Grooming: Sinnamon’s Seven-Stage Model of Adult Sexual Grooming, by Grant Sinnamon
A review of Class Action, and its lessons for campaigners