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Factors which make children vulnerable to contact abuse also make them more vulnerable to online abuse when combined with frequent internet access: Risk-taking by young people is the key factor in their vulnerability to grooming and potential contact with child sex offender.
A cluster of grooming reports from the public in 2010 led to a CEOP-led international investigation called Operation Hattie, spanning 20 months and 12 countries.
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What is apparent is that parents’ and carers’ can make that vital difference in whether or not a child becomes a victim of these ruthless predators online.” Claire Lilly, safer internet lead at the NSPCC, said: “The internet is part and parcel of young lives and most can’t remember a world before it existed.
We cannot put the genie back in the bottle, but we can talk to young people and educate them on staying safe online just as we do about stranger danger or drugs.
Instant messaging was used by offenders to make contact with children in around third of public reports of grooming in 2012/13.