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
Groomed for money – ways to get it back
A review of Class Action, and its lessons for campaigners
It’s well established that abusers with particular character traits will turn things around and claim to be victims if caught. The PIN is a classic tactic.
Should current laws on consent be better applied to adult grooming?
There are no intentions whatsoever to change the law from the Sexual Offences Act 2003, because government considers that it is working well.
The Rt Honourable David Gauke MP, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice confirms changes ahead in responses to stalking and harassment
UK law needs a review to protect victims of adult grooming: Rape by Deception