Schools across the country took part in a range of activities to mark Anti-Bullying Week to raise awareness about the
‘A sense of hopelessness’: Racially-motivated GM hate crime offences against kids up 155% in last three years
The number of racially-motivated hate crimes against children in Greater Manchester rose by a staggering 155% over the last three years.
With bullying still a huge problem among the UK youth – 54% say they’ve experienced it – Manchester Communication Academy has announced their partnership with anti-bullying app Tootoot.
Manchester City FC and Greater Manchester Police are among the organisations offering an opportunity to get involved with them, through Manchester Metropolitan University’s Volunteering Fair.
Manchester City FC and Greater Manchester Police are among the organisations offering the opportunity to get involved through Manchester Metropolitan University’s Volunteering Fair.
‘Hardcore porn warping kids’ views’: Sexual offences in secondary schools up 54% across Greater Manchester
The number of reported sexual offences in schools in Greater Manchester has risen by 54%, according to an FOI released by the GMP.
Manchester children at mercy of paedophiles as police fail to release information about sex offenders, warns NSPCC
Manchester children may be at a heightened risk of harm from paedophiles as police fail to reveal how often they give information about sexual offenders to concerned parents, warns the NSPCC.
Cameron’s vow to ‘obliterate’ child porn from internet flounders in face of 4.5m abuse images, warns NSPCC
Since David Cameron called for an ‘internet crackdown’ two years ago, 4.5million child porn and abuse images have been seized by police in 100 criminal cases taken to court, an NSPCC sample of police records reveal.
As the school summer holidays get well underway, mums – and dads across Manchester and indeed the whole country – will be worrying about whether or not their kids are safe while they’re stuck at work.
New figures on the number of arrests and convictions for possessing images of child sexual abuse in Greater Manchester have been described by the NSPCC as confirming ‘a deeply worrying trend’.
Statistics published by the Health and Social Care Information Centre on January 30 reveal that FGM is prevalent in the Central Manchester area, with up to 2,000 women believed to be at risk.