One of Dundee’s leading children’s campaigners has congratulated the Tele on our campaign demanding mandatory jail terms for anyone convicted of sexual offences involving a child.
Eighteen and Under.
A large majority of Tele readers believe parents should be allowed to smack their children, as plans to outlaw the punishment look set to be passed by the Scottish Government.
A Fintry man has said he was “crying with joy” after climbing to base camp on Mount Everest in memory of his tragic cousin.
Decision not to jail Dundee pervert who tried to wipe laptop of abuse images branded ‘absolutely outrageous’
A charity worker has hit out at the “outrageous” decision not to jail a Dundee man caught with videos showing children as young as three being raped.
Children's charities have hit after a man found with more than 20,000 vile child abuse images was handed a community-based sentence.
Charity chiefs have hailed a rapist’s prison sentence after more than a decade of abuse as “a step in the right direction”.
A leading charity worker has hit out after a former NHS worker caught with a haul of child abuse videos was spared prison.
A charity has warned that new figures revealing a child abuse image offence is recorded every 23 minutes in the UK may just be the “tip of the iceberg”.
A Dundee charity will hold a series of workshops for young people with mental health problems after securing £10,000 in funding.
Children under the age of 16 are among several reported victims of “revenge porn” in Dundee.
A dad has spoken of his horror after a pervert sent naked images and sexual videos to his 12-year-old daughter.
A Dundee charity has warned that incidents of cyber crime — including bullying and youngsters being targeted by online predators — will not decrease any time soon.
A man aged 86 has been charged over claims he molested a child.
A charity has revealed dozens of people in Dundee have sought help to stop viewing sexual images of children online.
Victims of violent crime in Tayside have received £1.8 million in compensation over the last three years, the Tele can reveal today.
A handful of sex offenders are living in Tayside under new identities — and many of them at different addresses, the Tele can reveal.