Policing cyber crime by Petter Gottschalk

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The Internet allows sex offenders instant access to other sex offenders worldwide, forums facilitate open discussion of their sexual desires, shared ideas about ways to lure victims, mutual support of their adultchild sex philosophies, instant access to potential child victims worldwide, disguised identities for approaching children, even to the point of presenting as a member of teen groups. Furthermore, the Internet allows potential offenders ready access to chat areas and social networking sites reserved for teenagers and children, to discover how to approach and who to target as potential victims.

7 Regulation Fletcher (2007) examined the challenges to regulating financial fraud in cyberspace. He studied those responsible for the fraud, the possibility of prosecution, and the position of cyberspace in the light of jurisdiction and control. Issues such as; who is responsible for online fraud, can enough evidence be gathered to prosecute those who commit financial fraud in cyberspace, is cyberspace its own jurisdiction and who controls it; these are important perspectives.

Section 15 makes ‘meeting a child following sexual grooming’ an offence; this applies to the Internet, to other technologies such as mobile phones and to the ‘real world’. ‘Grooming’ involves a process of socialization through which a potential offender seeks to interact with a child under the age of 16, possibly sharing their hobbies and interests in an attempt to gain trust in order to prepare them for sexual abuse. The concept of ‘grooming’ is now also recognized in legislation in the UK. The Sexual Offences Act (2003) in England and Wales, and Northern Ireland and the Protection of Children and Prevention of Sexual Offences Act (2005) in Scotland include the offence of ‘meeting a child following certain preliminary contact’ (section 1).

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