Dundee MSP Shona Robison has welcomed plans to develop sentencing guidelines for sexual offences, saying tackling such crimes should be “an absolute priority”.
Our Kids Need Justice
One of the most senior judges in Scotland has urged the public to make their views known as a three-year review is launched into the sentencing of sex offenders.
Dundee MSP Shona Robison has hit out after a man found with more than 20,000 indecent images of children was spared a jail term.
A Dundee man freed on bail over a child abuse images charge – who then groomed a series of under-age YouTubers into sending him sexual images while he awaited sentence – has been jailed.
Charity chiefs have hailed a rapist’s prison sentence after more than a decade of abuse as “a step in the right direction”.
‘Tele’s campaign has struck a chord’: Dundee MSP urges justice chiefs to let locals to have say on automatic jail terms for paedophiles
Shona Robison has met Scottish justice chiefs to discuss jailing people who commit sex crimes against children after the Tele called for those convicted of such offences to be locked up.
A conference on how to tackle child sex abuse and help survivors will be held in Dundee later this year.
A leading charity worker has hit out after a former NHS worker caught with a haul of child abuse videos was spared prison.
A Dundee man is facing prison after being found guilty of a historic child sex offence.
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 convicted paedophile freed on bail over child abuse images groomed a series of underage YouTubers into sending him indecent images and videos while he awaited court.
Tayside's top cop has spoken about the rise in the number of so-called vigilante groups targeting alleged online paedophiles.
The head of the Scottish Parliament’s justice committee has said the group could consider calls to give convicted child sex offenders mandatory prison sentences.
A pervert found with a haul of indecent images has been spared a prison sentence.
A Dundee politician is to quiz the Scottish Government on what can be done to tackle sexual offences involving children.
The number of sex offenders in Scottish prisons has soared over the past two decades – and many of them are predators who have targeted children.
An Angus mum whose eight-year campaign resulted in the Scottish Government producing new guidelines over the restraint of children in schools is backing the Tele’s Our Kids Need Justice campaign.
Sheriff Davidson has spoken of the distress caused to many people involved in the investigation or prosecution of sex offences against children.
He spent almost 20 years administering justice as one of Tayside’s most respected sheriffs.
For more than two decades, they have been trying to rid the world wide web of child abuse images.