People who have been groomed have often been subjected to other forms of abuse as well, from rape to stalking, and ‘unsolicited nudes’ Yet embarrassment seems to be the prevailing attitude of many officers.
A short focus on the CAAGe blog on the police, on penises (as evidence and unsolicited exposure), and sometimes about both. We’ll be using the hashtag #PAP on Twitter and elsewhere.
On the charges against Ghislaine Maxwell
A review of Jeffrey Epstein, Filthy Rich, a documentary series on Netflix, directed by Lisa Bryant
CAAGe on the 2019-21 Domestic Abuse Bill and what it means for groomers.
CAAGe unravels the language around marriage fraud, and examines what constitutes adult grooming.
CAAGe teams to support shared aims of UK Marriage Fraud
How does South Africa score for protection against grooming for adults?
A CAAGe review of Eve Was Shamed: How British Justice is Failing Women, by Helena Kennedy QC
Police Information Notices (PINs) will no longer be used in stalking or harassment cases, says College of Policing