Trafficked children into the UK are failed

January 19th, 2010 |

I have come across a report by the Children’s Society found that those children who escaped from their captors were often returned to lives of domestic imprisonment and forced to work in brothels or as slaves in British homes. The report also found that children who did leave their guardian’s home were too scared to reveal what was happening to them, or did not realise that they were being abused.

Children kidnapped

The United Kingdom Human Trafficking Centre (UKHTC) knows of 325 children from 52 countries who may have been trafficked into the UK during 2008. The Children’s Society examined 46 cases for the report and found that while more than half of the children attended school while in the UK, workers they came into contact with and asked for help did not know how to refer them. Significantly, even when children are identified as being ‘at risk’ and are taken into care, they are still at risk of kidnapping by traffickers. This year it was discovered that 77 children had gone missing from a children’s home near Heathrow since 2006.

It is estimated that 1.2million children are trafficked worldwide every year.

If your aware of such traffick of children please contact us directly via our email or telephone number.

NSPCC tries to justify themselves, wasting money or not?

August 27th, 2009 |

Hi Readers,

Just had an interesting email off NSPCC, It goes like this:

Thank you for your email. If you have any complaints about the NSPCC we would advise you to write to us so that we can try and address them.

It is untrue to say the NSPCC spends any money on first class travel. We have a strict policy on not doing so, unless, as sometimes occurs, first class travel actually works out cheaper. The NSPCC no longer provides company cars although there are 20 in use. It is untrue to state that millions have been spent on first class travel, executive company cars and functions. What functions we do have are often paid for by corporate sponsors and are intended to raise funds for our work preventing cruelty to children.

We hope that this assures you that our priority is and always will be preventing cruelty to children.

Regards
Duty Enquiries Officer
NSPCC Safeguarding Information & Library Service
Weston House
42 Curtain Rd
London EC2A 3NH

Can anyone here spot the holes in this email??

Do you think that public donation should have ever been spent on company cars?? Whether they are replacing them or not, they should get rid of them now and put the money back into the funds, and I am sorry to say, that no one should get paid high salaries to run a charity, its morally wrong and disgraceful, so the next time you decide to donate to charities like this one!!

Remember this!! Are you happy that they have spend money in past on company cars and still running them? Do you also agree what this duty enquiries officers email states, that first class travel works out cheaper than second class travel? Have I missed something here?

Millions or Billions of pounds ploughed into the NSPCC? Are we getting value for money, I would love to hear your views about this charity.

Joe Peters (Mapping Out for a brighter future for our children)

August 11th, 2009 |

The Foundation of Survivors – Plan. A (Mapping for a brighter future for children)

Hand Out

By Joe Peters

The Foundation of Survivors aims to inspire a culture in which, all children are valued, respected and loved unconditionally. We Embrace the unique differences between individuals and aim to create an environment that Value and respect the talent and contribution of people from different backgrounds and heritage.

Diversity:-

We ensure our diversity principles are fully and equally delivering appropriate support and services that suit the needs of the individuals from minority, disaffected or excluded communities and groups.

We ensure that all of our future publications and informative resources, including our website reflect the reality of diversity so that all our work is either mainstream or targeted services within reach of every individual in the United Kingdom, regardless of age, class, gender, disability, cultural identity or location.

Our Goals:-

To educate children in schools about child abuse and its effects

To promote awareness of child abuse and be openly discussed in school education

To table new strategies to deal with victims, within the education system and the communities

To work closely with school counsellors and Parent(s) or Guardians.

Develop an intense “Child Monitoring Response Programme”

Retention of abuse cases with counsellor support (throughout both childhood, adolescent and adult stages)

To terminate child abuse from progressing into paedophiliac, criminal and other inappropriate behaviour.

To ensure safety, welfare and sheltered accommodation in extreme cases

Set-up a safe haven for vulnerable victims and runaway children with full anonymity.

Freephone number, and remote assistance, where necessary.

Re-evaluate current guidelines and practices relating to Social Services and Government Policies.

To work with Police Officers and most importantly PCSO’s in the communities, to identity problem areas etc.

Identify problems and report to the “Child Monitoring Response Programme” (C.M.P)

Police database to identity vulnerable young people abused in childhood, to identify and support victims from re-offending

Full support on child behaviour and any underlying problems within the family environment

More support and training services in Youth Areas, i.e youth centres

For the UK’s Children’s Act to be updated with the integration of C.M.P in the appropriate sectors.

To get Children’s charities to work together and share ideas and information.

NHS Trust (Medical G.P’s etc) to work and refer to CMP and have access to the database.


1) To educate children in schools about child abuse and its effects and to promote awareness of child abuse to be openly discussed in schooling education. To produce the Foundation’s own DVD-Based education material with online backup for kids that can review themselves or point to existing links to cover schools feeling constrained over time.

2 ) To bring new strategies to deal with victims of child abuse within the education sector, to identify the victims of child abuse and work closely with a school counsellor and the parent(s) or Guardian of the child.

2b ) To lobby government to force primary schools to maintain permanent records of school attendance, not just seven years.

3 ) To put in place an ongoing government “child monitoring programme” which will provide counselling & effective programme to follow up on cases of child abuse and continue the support through childhood and adulthood, with effective programme to stop child abuse from progressing into paedophilia behaviour, crime and other inappropriate behaviour.

4) To ensure the safety & welfare of the child and to give children a place of safety in case of severe child abuse. A secure and safe property for children to go too, when they are in danger of child abuse and feel they need to run away. (A safe haven for the child to have full anonymity rights too and once in this protected zone that abuser(s) have no access to the child). Law to be introduced to give legal guardianship to this protected zone team. (Please see 11).

5 ) A manageable telephone-based contact system to ring and be called back and a meeting arranged to be picked up by this charity and taken to the safe haven projects once established, which will accommodate and work with the child, making and reassuring the child is safe and working with the child protection team.

6 ) To have a shakeup of the current guidelines and practices of Social Services investigating child abuse and to allow social workers to do their job effectively without prejudices of these Guidelines or Practices, and allow social workers to give feedback to the CMP.

7 ) To work with authorities such as Police officers and PCSO’s in the communities to identify problems and give feedback to the child monitoring programme, which will follow up on the child’s behaviour and investigate underlining problems with the family household.

7b ) To work with the Association of Chief Police Officers and the ultimate overseer of the Sapphire teams as to the best way make it easier for victims to disclose and tackle abuse by official authority figures, not limited to the police.

8 ) Further aims to bring further training within other areas such as youth centres and for Youth Workers to understand Child abuse and its effects and to report anything suspicious in confidence to the dedicated “Child monitoring programme” (CMP)

9 ) For the UK’s Children’s Act to be updated with new laws and integrate the CMP within this area

10 ) To gather information regarding the effectiveness of the AMBER ALERT in America and consider its possible adoption by the United Kingdom (for missing child alert)

11) To open our first intensive care project centre, offering beds, intensive clinical psychology counselling and support for children, safe haven to be integrated with the CMP, help provide constant care and constant child monitoring throughout or as long as it takes for the child/young adult to recover from the abuse, to prevent and break the cycle of abuse of the child, so the child does not go on and commit crimes of a sexual nature.

12) To get a bill into parliament for the new laws to be passed ASAP.

13) To get this system set up in the United Kingdom and further countries to follow the same system

Suggestions’:-

We would like to prevent other young people going to London when they run away, so they cannot be preyed upon and risk further dangers, it would be easier picking them up before they specifically/officially run away and go missing. (Steps to be taken)

Website Services (lack of funding, 98% loss of donations, due credit climate):-

Our website will provide a free phone helpline once funding is available, with an online forum to an “Agony Uncle” and “Agony Aunt” that will be aimed at advice for child or adult, friends and relatives that have any suspicions of child abuse and danger. Further to this will also encourage too use and support this programme. We can then provide resources of contacts and phone numbers specific to

Areas. We will give support and a compassioned service and reply to all cases reported to use via e-mail. Correspondence to support both young children and survivors of childhood abuse and allow people to register and post in the forum, for online monitoring and much more….

Hide your visit link etc.

Joe:- APOLOGIES to Readers and Supporters

April 3rd, 2009 |

Dear Friends,

I have recently neglected my blogs this is due to the fact that I have been very ill and still struggling to deal with this long term illness that is seriously effecting my work, I would like to thank all my readers and supporters for you wonderful help and support.

I will be taking a step back from my work, but will never stop advocating and fighting for children and will try my very best for children worldwide. Please continue to help me and make awareness of child abuse, I will try to complete a full blogg when I have a good day.

God Bless

Joe x

Baby P. Changes have to follow!

December 11th, 2008 |

You might know recently if you read my blogs, that I had encountered previous problems with Social Services over the rescue of a 15 year old girl that our organisation helped get into a place of safety. The Social Services Department in question was not best pleased after I critised them for not placing this child on the “at risk register”, and continued to allow this child too be raped, assualted and mentally abused by certain individuals.

After several attempts and writing letters to the Councils Borough Councillor, Social Services soon saw the light and placed her in care. (I was told at that time, children are better kept with their parents, i’m sure that this is not true, I truly believe its down to money!! we are placing money before the safety of our children. As for the current Procedures and Guidelines set down by government, it must change, as Social Wokers cannot do there job properly due to so much red tape and boundries) just like little Baby P. case. I see that that very little has changed with the old system of Social Services in place, yes I do get frustrated with this child protection department, however until these crappy guidelines and procedures are dealt with by government, you will be seeing more kids like baby p being let down, I ask then, when do we see change for the better?? (How many more times does this government need to see before there are more child abuse deaths and cruelity).

Many thousands of children are still being killed, abused and damn right neglected by our UK Government that have drowned our child protections laws, allowed so much red tape within child protection that leads to incompetence of our child abuse system. When will our Government see that the damn system they have in place is doing more harm than good.

Social Workers should be able to do there Job professionally and without all this red taped procedures and guidelines,  I beg the question? what happens from here?

Social workers sacked over ’sick’ image of paedophile Gary Glitter (however Baby P case, NO-ONE SACKED?)

November 24th, 2008 |

I recently came over this sick and disgraceful e-mail story, This is our very own professional Social Workers protecting our kids, nice to see how Social Workers think child abuse is a JOKE!!! Well there you go, sick individuals working in our social care system. Well done to the whistleblower that will now lead to the sacking of these individuals that has bought shame on the Social Services System.

HUMM HELLO!! Why, then do we sack these individuals (rightly so) over a picture e-mailed and yet Baby P that was left to be muredered and Social Services did nothing over the 60 referrals about this child’s welfare! AND YET NONE OF THEM GET SACKED? Something is not right here, a child is killed YET SOCIAL WORKERS GET SACKED OVER A PICTURE AND NOT OVER A POOR CHILD THAT GOT KILLED !!! Arrrrggggggggggg

Joe Peters

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CEOP (Police Most Wanted Andrew Eden) Updated News

November 17th, 2008 |

Joe Peters, talks to the Roachdale Observer over the delay of the identification of Eden, months after our organisation track this individual down in Mexico, Police are still have to identify him.

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Social Services Attack Joe Peters Methods of Rescue.

November 14th, 2008 |

We recently helped a child at risk that social services turned a blind eye to and failed to help this child on other occasions due to this young person coming to us for help. We are then informed that I am being personally attacked by helping this young person in need. (WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?) It isn’t my problem that your department keep letting our kids down and your department are not consistent in monitoring kids at risk. This is the same department that was sending a young lady back to abusive mother that physically abused her and was raped by a family friend.

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Damning report on council’s social services (READ THIS!!)

October 23rd, 2008 |

VULNERABLE people are being let down by a council which has failed to deliver its good intentions, a report found yesterday.

A joint review of Gwynedd Council said it delivers “inconsistent services” and is “badly placed” to make further improvements.

The review team found that the council had made inadequate progress to develop modern social services and said it had failed to deliver the many good intentions promised after its last joint review in 2001.

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Joe Peters Leads Authorities To The UK’s Most Wanted Paedophile

September 22nd, 2008 |

Police launch hunt as sex offender vanishes

28/ 4/2007 by the Rochdale Observer

A MANHUNT has been launched following the disappearance of a Littleborough paedophile.
Andrew Eden, who was jailed in 2001 for molesting a child four times, has been listed as one of the nation’s most wanted criminals.

The ex-fireman was released from prison four years ago and placed on the sex offenders’ register for life.
But he has since vanished, having failed to notify the police of his current address.

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