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Internet-initiated incitement and conspiracy to commit child sexual abuse (CSA): The typology, extent and nature of known cases

By Bernard Gallagher

Abstract

This paper presents the first research on cases where offenders initiate contact with other individuals over the internet and incite, or conspire (IIIC) with, them to commit child sexual abuse (CSA). Interviews and record searches were carried out among local police services in the UK. IIIC cases were found to be diverse in terms of their typology but rare with regard to the extent of known cases. They were similar to other CSA in relation to victim and offender characteristics but were distinct with regard to offenders' modi operandi. IIIC cases should be viewed as an additional and serious category of internet-related CSA, and one about which there needs to be much more awareness and researc

Topics: H1, HN
Publisher: Routledge
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:5448

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