Treatment programmes for perpetrators of child sexual abuse

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02 Mar 2022 - The Independent
People seeking help said that increased isolation, unemployment and a rise in the amount of pornography they were viewing often fulled their offending
08 Jun 2020 - Stop it Now
The lockdown means that our work is more important than ever - our confidential helpline is still open as usual for anyone with concerns about child sexual abuse prevention. You can find out more about the helpline and our secure messaging service...
02 Jun 2020 - BBC News
The number of people seeking help for sexual thoughts about children has doubled during lockdown, a UK charity has told the BBC.
25 Feb 2020 - Sky News
Helpline Stop It Now! says the number seeking help doubled last year compared with the year before.
10 Jun 2019 - BBC News
 People arrested for viewing indecent images of children who do not have a criminal record should undertake "life skills" courses rather than face prosecution, according to a report.
22 Oct 2018 - Surrey Live
An Epsom charity says more than 1,000 people referred themselves to its service in 2017.
15 Oct 2018 - BBC News
Police are giving those at risk of committing child sexual exploitation crimes, leaflets urging them to stop their behaviour, the BBC has learned
15 Nov 2017 - Scottish Government
Former Crown Office chief executive Catherine Dyer will head up an expert group on preventing sexual offending involving young people.   The group, which brings together a range of interests including the Scottish Youth Parliament, Youth Link and...
26 Apr 2017 - Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment
Sexual interest in children is one of the most strongly predictive of the known risk factors for sexual reconviction. It is an important aspect of risk assessment to identify the presence of such interest, and an important task for treatment...
19 May 2016 - Irish Examiner
At the end of 2008, in the sleepy post-Christmas, pre-New Year lull, came news of a pioneering project: convicted paedophiles could volunteer for anti-libidinal drugs under a new scheme aimed at slashing reoffending rates. Eleven people were...