Joe Peters Tackles Tough New Changes For Children

March 14th, 2011 |

We as a society need to save our children from this Government, what is more important to our Government? It certainly isn’t children that are being killed and abused by individuals that should be locked up. Instead the Government is more concerned about targets, it is this government and previous reckless governments that has shut down all resources or funding for these children. OFSTED are have consistently give nothing but good grades on the back of the contents of filing cabinets and graphs created from flawed, indeed, untruthful data. Corruption, deception is all these MP’s know.

Managers in Charge of Social Workers main aim is not to help our children, No it is simple to please OFSTED by meeting recommendations to decrease the numbers of children on the At Risk register, whether those children remain at risk or not, this is totally madness, its not about the protection of children any more, it boils down to funding and damn right false data which lead to deceiving statistics

Government timescales, policies, procedures and guidelines are nothing but a farce they are doctored to meet governments needs only, like I say its not about structure of preventing child abuse, I do not vote and never have, simply due to the fact that I am sick of Governments placing our children in danger.

I am asking everybody to think carefully about the issues of these children, we need a change for the better, the old system scrapped completely, a new new strong structure put in place and views of social workers and professionals on the front line to give major imput into this change, instead of the Government throwing around there weight, we need an independent body to overlook Government policies and procurdues when it comes to children at risk, preferrable a department that cannot be influncled by Government, that would POLICE both OFTED and Government policies.

Its time for Government to stop there decietful ways and knuckle down in protecting and serving our children properly what hell are we paying you for?

EU states there is huge increase in web child abuse

August 28th, 2009 |

The number of child sex abuse websites in Europe has soared and the violence shown has become more extreme, the European commission and Europol, the European police agency, warned yesterday.

Jacques Barrot, EU commissioner for freedom, justice and security said Europe was facing “an extremely dramatic situation” after the number of child abuse websites increased fourfold between 2004 and 2007. At the launch of an international coalition to disrupt finances of the online child sex trade, he warned that organised criminal gangs were making an “indecent profit” for “horrific crimes against the most vulnerable people - children”.

British police who tackle online child abuse and will lead the work of the European Financial Coalition said that up to 300 commercial child abuse websites were available at any one time and earnt well in excess of €30m (£26.8m) a year. Officers at the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop) in London processed 1.6m images in the past year alone and identified and rescued 50 children.

“The ages of the victims are getting lower and lower and the degree of depravity is getting higher and higher,” said Francis Herbert, secretary general of Missing Children Europe, which is part of the coalition. The Internet Watch Foundation has found that 10% of the children featuring in images of abuse are under two, a third are younger than six and 80% are under 10.

“The recent trend has been for more brutal images and severe torture of children,” said Torbjorn Ull, a detective in Europol’s serious crime department in Brussels. “If there is a demand for images of penetration or torture then they will produce it to order.” Some images appeared to include killings, though it has been impossible for officers to verify.

The European commission yesterday announced a €17m investment in the “fight against the production, distribution and sale of child abuse images” and will set up a European alert system which will gather together all police reports of online abuse which will be crosschecked by Europol to provide evidence against the abusers and the criminal groups profiting from abuse.

The financial coalition includes Paypal, Visa, Mastercard, eBay and Microsoft, which are all involved in online payments. But Jim Gamble, chief executive of Ceop, said the involvement of organised criminals had diminished and he wants the coalition to help tackle file-sharing sites operated not by gangsters but by paedophiles who are motivated by their desires rather than profit.

“The organised crime element has diminished year on year as the risk increased and the profit reduced. Now we plan to eradicate the remnants of that industry once and for all,” he said.

He said the number of non-profit sites had overtaken the number of pay-per-view sites and the financial coalition will attempt to follow the trails of money in these groups in the same way as counter-terror police investigate terror finance.

“These groups have more in common with terrorists who are driven by inherent belief rather than profit,” he said.

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

Social Workers (Express Your Views Here) The Childrens Act

December 17th, 2008 |

I hear every day that social workers get a hard time over cases like Baby P, like any other individual I am inviting social workers to explain the impossible targets and proceedures that they have to go through to help our children, this is your voice to express your views and how you would like the child protection laws changed for the better. This is your chance to show the public what problems you encounter with the UK Government child protection laws.

I am open to all ideas and I will be presenting my case to parliment after christmas of the changes needed for children to consistanly be monitored as our current system is not working, I am all for change as long as it does change for the better.

Best Wishes

Joe Peters